Hello all! I am currently trying to figure out how to get LabView to run on my linux machine (Linux Mint
15 32-bit / Ubuntu
13.04 64-bit). The reference pages at National Instruments seem to suggest that LabView will work on linux however I cannot come across an actual download or link for the trial software for linux.
After having subscribed for a Student Trial (6 months) evaluation and going through the hoops and jumps, when it comes time to actually download a file all I am greeted with is a download for Windows. I still have a copy of WinXP lying around and I suppose I could install it but this is really not something I want to do as my native environment is linux and this is my everyday OS.
Does anyone know of how to get to a downloads section for linux, or perhaps has used it (LabView) on linux (any distro?). Below are some relevant links to information about LabView & Linux but not an actual download. I am rather confused by this...http://www.ni.com/white-paper/14627/en#toc1http://www.ni.com/linux/
This is a $2,699 piece of software for linux but I really don't think this is what I am looking for?http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/2541
This is a $999 software toolkit but again, not what I am thinking I need for the Trial/Student Evaluation.http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/10735
As you can see by the links there appears to be a lot of information about linux & LabView but none really covering the conventional software, just huge suites and software bundles that only a business/enterprise would purchase. Any clarity on this software and how one goes about installing it on the linux OS would be greatly appreciated.