This update resolves an issue that affects the following NI Linux Real-Time targets: cRIO-9066, cRIO-9067, cRIO-9068, and NI 9149. NI strongly recommends that you install this update if you are using one of these devices.
Follow these steps to ensure you install the update on your devices:
- Install the NI-RIO Device Drivers August 2014 f1 on your host computer. You can verify that the update has been installed in Measurement and Automation Explorer (MAX) by expanding Software under My System. You should see NI-RIO 14.0.1 if the update has been installed succesfully. You can choose to download this through update service or through the download page in the related links section.
- Update the firmware on your affected controllers. Refer to the linked KnowledgeBase article below for more information about how to update the firmware on your current controllers. You can verify the firmware on the controllers have been updated by looking at the System Settings tab of the controller. There will be an entry for Firmware Revision. It should be 2.1.0f0 or higher.
- Update the software on your target. Refer to the KnowledgeBase article below to format and reinstall software on your target. To Verify you have the correct software installed on your target, expand Software in MAX under your target. You should see NI CompactRIO 14.0.1.