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  1. Hi all. I just installed Ubuntu Gnome 14.04 on my notebook (all my life I used Windows). I installed VirutalBox on my PC and Windows 8.1 x64 on it. The problem is that I installed the Waveforms on the virtual machine and when I tried to use it, my analog doesn't measure well. I compared the same measure with a PC running Windows from the HDD and the Analog Discovery works fine. I don't know what happened. If anyone has any suggestion I would really appreciate it. Besides, is there a version of WaveForms for Linux (Ubuntu)? Thank you for your time
  2. Hello I got an explorer board this week, great product, however I came across a problem today, or maybe its just me being unable to find it, but the waveform generator does not have a sawtooth preset, all I can see is a triangular waveform. Is there something i'm missing? Thank you
  3. When I use the oscilloscope to capture a waveform, I need to be able to measure some small features on the waveform. Since the features are peculiar to this waveform, none of the automatic pre-defined measurements are relevant - nor could they be. What I need is the simplest digital feature, one that was first added to analogue scopes about 30 years ago... I would like to be able to manually place two cursors on the screen, and for Waveforms to indicate the equivalent voltage and time of both cursors, plus the time and voltage differences. Ideally Waveforms would also draw light horizontal/vertical lines through both cursors. The nearest I've found to this is that when positioning a zoom window, something similar appears on the display, but obviously that is not the same and isn't easy to use to measure a waveform. What's the best way to achieve my objectives? I'm sure I've missed something simple Thanks.
  4. How do I create an eye-diagram with the Waveforms Scope?
  5. Hi, I have V2.7.5 and an Analog Discovery. 1/ The oscilloscope help mentions Repeated, Scan Screen & Scan Shift Run Modes (section 2.3.3). Where is that selected? I have > 0.1sec/div timebase selected. 2/ The Trigger panel picture in 2.3.4 doesn't look like mine. 3/ Why is my Trigger Type selection disabled? 4/ When is the next update due? Thanks.