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I am trying to install Vortex Opensplice DDS on Raspberry pi3. However, I am not sure which version of the Vortex DDS should I use.I think it might be one of the linux version but not quite sure about that.


And I want to ask how to install the DDS on the Raspberry pi. Should I download it in my own computer and then move it to the SD card and then use the SD card on the Raspberry pi ,or it should be some other way.


Thank you!!





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Hi Jeremy,


If you're looking for our community-edition, there are pre-built version for Raspberry pi (DDS Community Edition Version 6.7 for Raspberry Pi Host and Target, Debian Linux, gcc 4.9.2, ARM v6l) available here: http://www.prismtech.com/dds-community/software-downloads


If you're looking for the latest commercially supported Vortex OpenSplice installer (6.8) for Raspberri PI, please contact us here: http://www.prismtech.com/contact-us


You can move whichever version to the SD-card of the pi .. that shouldn't be a problem .. just make sure that the 'release.com' which you have to source before usage sets the right paths for the OSPL_HOME and OSPL_URI environment variables.




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