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Hello, I have an Analog Discovery 2 that I am trying to connect to my system running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. I have successfully installed all the supporting software (the adept utilities and runtime) and waveforms 2015. All the software opens fine when my device is not connected, but when I plug in my Analog Discovery 2 and try to run any of the adept utilities or waveforms 2015 (i have also attempted this with waveforms) the software either suffers from a segmentation fault, or crashes. I have tried reinstalling things and using the 32 bit version instead of the 64 bit version with no success. At this point I'm at a loss of what to do, the only theory I have is that they have yet to update the Linux versions of the software for the current LTS release of Ubuntu. I want to know if anyone else is having this issue, whether or not they solved it, and the steps taken to resolve this issue. Thanks!
I am a recent fan of Digilent. As a student I would like and recommend to have a fine measurement device like Analog Discovery 2 in combination to any digital/analog development. It provides a great insight into the working of your device, doesn’t matter either it is FPGA, Microcontroller based design, or purely Analog. One important point I would like to raise is that I have right now downloaded the Waveforms software of Analog Discovery 2 in order to see in detail that what it offers. I found that in the section of power supply, there is no option available to get 3.3V out of Analog Dicovery 2 to power our circuitry, rather we can get 3V or 4V. Since we know that many of the devices now a days work on 3.3V (like microcontrollers etc.) therefore I would suggest that it should be a must have option in the power supply options On best case, a user adjustable power supply option would be great Thanks