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  1. Hello, my name is Caleb. I am a senior electrical engineering student at Northern Illinois University. I am using the Analog Discovery 2 in order to capture analog pixels sent from a sensor at 5MHz and then interpreting that data on the Raspberry Pi 4. I am running into questions with the timing of the logging function of the oscilloscope on the Analog Discovery. I have noticed that when I send multiple acquisitions at once I run into issues with the timing on the next acquisition. It seems that each acquisition comes in order, but there is a delay between the end of one and the beginning
  2. Hey Guys, I am trying to install a Preempt_RT patch on the linux. I downloaded the Linux kernel from github which is described in 'Embedded Linux Hands-on Tutorial': https://github.com/DigilentInc/Linux-Digilent-Dev.git . I noticed that the kernel version is 3.18.0, so I install the patch 3.18.24-rt22.patch (since there is no patch for 3.18.0). But when I try to compile the patched kernel with the configuration of full RT, I got this following errors: So I am wondering how to solve this. And I also wonder if there is anybody else trying to use a real time linux on the zybo. Regards, Jimmy