LabVIEW on windows beagle board

To whom it may concern,
I am a student at a university in Texas. We are trying to find a simple way to run our LabVIEW programming for our flow loop that we want to be pretty autonomous. I was wondering if the Beagle bone with windows would be capable of running LabVIEW.
Thanks,
Brendan Swain

Are you asking if you can install Windows on a BeagleBone?

I doubt if it will run.

LabVIEW uses x86 code, BBB runs on an ARM.

-david
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Why not.. :wink: Windows 95 ran on the N900, that's ARM. :wink:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxMYuCHxBgE

Regards,

That is an emulator (dosbox)

Still pretty cool…

While it isn’t possible to run LABview directly, you can create VIs that talk to a BeagleBone Black using Botspeak:
http://botspeak.org/supported-platforms/beaglebone/ and http://beagleboard.org/project/botspeak

Some additional development has been on-going to move Botspeak to the PRUs (see PRUSpeak).

I’ve heard some other efforts have been done, but nothing I know to report.

Let us know if this helps.

While it isn’t possible to run LABview directly, you can create VIs that talk to a BeagleBone Black using Botspeak:
http://botspeak.org/supported-platforms/beaglebone/ and http://beagleboard.org/project/botspeak

Some additional development has been on-going to move Botspeak to the PRUs (see PRUSpeak).

I’ve heard some other efforts have been done, but nothing I know to report.

Labview Embedded has a C code generator which creates a C file for the project which is then compiled for ARM. I worked on this years ago and managed to get this working on a Beagleboard-xM. I even managed to get a graphical GUI working, but the quality wasn’t very good.

Regards,
John