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LabVIEW on Mac OS X and Linux

This is a LabVIEW Library for LabVIEW 2010 for Mac OS X and Linux. It uses Call Library Function nodes to interact with the Exodriver. The examples should be compatible with both Mac OS X and Linux. Included is the Xcode project used to make the required Mac OS X Framework and source code to build the Linux shared object (.so). We created a blog post describing how we built a library for Call Library Function nodes.

The download uses Call Library Function nodes not Code Interface Nodes (CINs). CINs are no longer supported in LabVIEW 2010. When they were we wrote a blog post describing how to build LabVIEW CINs for Mac OS X using Xcode.

Windows users, ignore all of this. See the LabVIEW for Windows support page.

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When I open VIs in the libary LabJackLabviewLibrary in LabVIEW 2010, the library is unable to find LabJackLabviewLibrary.dll.  It is not part of the zip file.  I have searched for it on the website, but I can not find it there either.

What OS are you on?  Only on Windows would I expect LabVIEW to want a DLL.  If you are on Windows use the LabVIEW_LJUD archive, not these Mac/Linux VIs.