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== Linux ==
 
== Linux ==
  
For GPIB support, please install [http://linux-gpib.sourceforge.net linux-gpib] before installing instrument-control.
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For GPIB support, please install [http://linux-gpib.sourceforge.net linux-gpib] before installing instrument-control
  
 
== Windows (cygwin) ==
 
== Windows (cygwin) ==
  
For VXI11 support, please install 'rpcgen', 'libtirpc-devel', and 'libtirpc1' before installing instrument-control.
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For VXI11 support, please install 'libtirpc-devel' and 'libtirpc1' before installing instrument-control
  
 
To be able to use GPIB on windows, the linux-gpib library needs to be 'faked'. This can be done by copying the following script and run it in a bash-terminal.
 
To be able to use GPIB on windows, the linux-gpib library needs to be 'faked'. This can be done by copying the following script and run it in a bash-terminal.

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