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Commander is our new control software designed for use with the 2B. You will need a Digital Link Cable, and a PC running Windows XP or above with a spare USB port.

When reporting 'Bugs' please post the version of Commander you are using, and the firmware version you are using on your 2B.

For more details on commander visit http://e-stim.co.uk/commander/


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Tested on Wine [Ubuntu 10.04], and didnt work :roll:
Windows needed :oops:
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does WINE cope with the .net framework?

The USB drivers will work on a linux box, so you will be able to control via the interanl commands and a serial port terminal. Details coming soon.

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We have updated Commander today with Verison 1.3. Now have control linking option, as well as fixing a couple of colour issues.
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Ill test commander on a Mac using Parallels OC software - should work!!

WHat would be really great is to be able to set a sequence of patterns, each for a settable time.

We could then save out these routines and share them too
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admin wrote:does WINE cope with the .net framework?
The USB drivers will work on a linux box, so you will be able to control via the interanl commands and a serial port terminal. Details coming soon.
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I think no :oops:
Component Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile (x86 and x64) has failed to install with the following error message:
"A failure occurred attempting to install the .NET Framework 4 Client."
The following components failed to install:
- Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile (x86 and x64)
See the setup log file located at 'C:\users\neo\Temp\VSD2bd.tmp\install.log' for more information.
Installing using command 'C:\users\neo\Temp\VSD2bd.tmp\DotNetFX40Client\dotNetFx40_Client_setup.exe' and parameters ' /q /norestart /ChainingPackage ClientX64ClickOnce /lcid 1033'
Process exited with code -1073741819
Status of package 'Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Client Profile (x86 and x64)' after install is 'InstallFailed'
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Have a look at

http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.p ... n&iId=2586

Details on installing .net frameworks under wine.

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Has anyone managed to get Commander working on a Mac? I've tried Wine and although it's been ok for some programmes, so far I've failed with Commander.
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I've successfully used Commander via Parallels Desktop on the Mac, seems to work fine.
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