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!!LabVIEW 8.2 (LVE 2.0) Install Notes

* make sure you have the HandyBoard.dlb file for the rev 2.0 Handy Board.
* the palette files will need to extract to LabVIEW 8.2 subdirectory (not 7.1)
** Add the Handyboard palette file to the Blackfin palette (don't let the ZIP uninstaller overwrite)
* with the LVE 1.0, we had modified VDSP's LDF (loader description file) to include the HandyBoard.DLB file. For the 2.0 install, instead add the .DLB each time to your LV project as an external project file.
* a new ZIP should be created with just the .DLB, the VIs, and the palette menu files.  Then, the installation procedure would be to copy the VIs and the DLB to the vi.lib/addons folder.  Then add the Handy Board palette file to the Blackfin palette.  In the project, the DLB will need to be added as an external every time.
April 27, 2007, at 09:29 PM by Fred Martin -
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* with the LVE 1.0, we had modified the LDF to include the HandyBoard.DLB file; instead here, add as an external project file.
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* with the LVE 1.0, we had modified VDSP's LDF (loader description file) to include the HandyBoard.DLB file. For the 2.0 install, instead add the .DLB each time to your LV project as an external project file.
April 19, 2007, at 03:52 PM by Fred Martin -
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!!LabVIEW 8.2 (LVE 2.0) Install Notes

* make sure you have the HandyBoard.dlb file for the rev 2.0 Handy Board.
* the palette files will need to extract to LabVIEW 8.2 subdirectory (not 7.1)
** Add the Handyboard palette file to the Blackfin palette (don't let the ZIP uninstaller overwrite)
* with the LVE 1.0, we had modified the LDF to include the HandyBoard.DLB file; instead here, add as an external project file.
* a new ZIP should be created with just the .DLB, the VIs, and the palette menu files.  Then, the installation procedure would be to copy the VIs and the DLB to the vi.lib/addons folder.  Then add the Handy Board palette file to the Blackfin palette.  In the project, the DLB will need to be added as an external every time.
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# Install the HB LabVIEW Palette files by extracting the ZIP into C:\, allowing it to overwrite existing files as necessary.
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# Install the [[http://www.cs.uml.edu/blackfin/pub/uploads/Code/BlackfinHandyBoard2.0forLabVIEW.zip | HB LabVIEW Palette files]] by extracting the ZIP into C:\, allowing it to overwrite existing files as necessary.
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Installation is a pain.  Here is the big picture:

# Install ''Visual DSP++ 4.0 for LabVIEW Embedded''.

# Install ''LabVIEW 7.1 Embedded Edition''.

# Install ''LabVIEW Embedded Module for ADI Blackfin Processors''.

# Activate license for LabVIEW Embedded Module by going to Start>Programs>National Instruments>NI License Manager.

# Install the HB LabVIEW Palette files by extracting the ZIP into C:\, allowing it to overwrite existing files as necessary.

# Connect Handy Board and turn it on.

# Start up the Analog Devices Development Environment, go into the Configurator and create a session to connect to the Handy Board.  Set up the session for the HPUSB-ICE or the Debug Agent as appropriate.

# Make sure you can see the Blackfin memory from the ADI IDDE.

# Quit the Analog IDDE, and launch LabVIEW.
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