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------------------------------------- --- CNC-Control --- Fully Open Source CNC remote control device ------ Copyright (c) 2009-2013 Michael Buesch <email@example.com> --- Integrating CNC-Control into LinuxCNC --- LinuxCNC 2.5.x or later is required. Integration into LinuxCNC is easy, because the CNC-Control HAL file is pretty much selfcontained. Just copy the driver/cnccontrol.hal file to your LinuxCNC configuration directory. Then modify your .ini file to load the new .hal file. LinuxCNC can load multiple HAL files. So all that is needed usually is to add a line like this HALFILE = cnccontrol.hal to the end of the [HAL] section of your .ini file. Add the new HALFILE line below any exitsing HALFILE line. To install the HAL driver, just go to the "driver" subdirectory and run the make sudo -i # become root make install commands. This will install the driver. It will also install a sudo script to /etc/sudoers.d/zzz-cnccontrol, which is required for the driver to have access permissions to the USB device. Note that "sudo" needs to be installed on the system and support for the /etc/sudoers.d/ directory must available. If sudo is not installed, install it with aptitude install sudo If your system does not support the sudoers.d directory, you need to manually adjust your suoders file. In most cases you just need to append the contents of the zzz-cnccontrol file to your /etc/sudoers file. Use visudo to edit the sudoers file. All configuration of the CNC-Control device can be done through the cnccontrol.hal file. Just look into the file and read the comments.