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IGH EtherCAT master

zhangbbbb
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We have installed the IgH ethercat master Stack with the command "sudo apt install eci-softplc-fieldbus" or "sudo apt install ighethercat ighethercat-dkms ighethercat-examples ecat-enablekit", but an accident——Starting EtherCAT master 1.5.2 modprobe: FATAL: Module ec_master not found in directory /lib/modules/5.19.0-32-generic
failed——occurred when we started ethercat master with command "/etc/init.d/ethercat start"

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JesusE_Intel
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Hi zhangbbbb,


What kernel version are you using (please provide the output of uname -a)? Did you install ECI Real-time linux kernel? If not, please install the Linux Intel LTS PREEMPT_RT kernel per the instructions: https://eci.intel.com/docs/3.0/getstarted/installing_packages.html#install-eci-real-time-linux-kernel


Once installed, reboot the system and boot using the new kernel. You can confirm using uname -a and you should see intel-ese-staandard-lts-rt+ in the output. Then run /etc/init.d/ethercat start.


Regards,

Jesus


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JesusE_Intel
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Hi zhangbbbb,


What kernel version are you using (please provide the output of uname -a)? Did you install ECI Real-time linux kernel? If not, please install the Linux Intel LTS PREEMPT_RT kernel per the instructions: https://eci.intel.com/docs/3.0/getstarted/installing_packages.html#install-eci-real-time-linux-kernel


Once installed, reboot the system and boot using the new kernel. You can confirm using uname -a and you should see intel-ese-staandard-lts-rt+ in the output. Then run /etc/init.d/ethercat start.


Regards,

Jesus


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