Posts by iiQKA

    Tried going back to the laptop (through VMware) with similar code, but didn't even mount..

    KUKA did get back to me, but nothing they've suggested worked either. I suspect there is a setting I'm missing somewhere and if I discover it I'll be sure to update here.

    But if anyone has any other ideas, let me know!

    No change. Put a wait sec 4 before krl_fopen and krl_unmount, the krl_fopen still results in #cmd_abort.

    I'm waiting on a response from KUKA, but no word.

    I actually already tried that. I put a wait sec 4 before the krl_fopen and it still threw a -32 at me. Maybe I need one before the unmount also, due to the advance run.

    I seem to be having a similar problem as others in this thread. I started by attempting to write data to a laptop, but am now just attempting to mount D:/ on the KR C. I've followed this thread completely and am currently working from home on Office.Lite KSS 8.6.1. My code doesn't pass the krl_mount returning MSG_NO -2. Here's my test KRL code:

    Output of state1 after krl_mount

    MSG_NO -2,
    MSG_TYPE "D",
    HITS 0,
    LENGTH 0

    Any ideas why I can't replicate the results in previous successful posts?

    Edit: So the first krl_mount call actually works, but I have to manually unmount to run again. The krl_fopen is causing msg_no -32.. similar to paranoidandroids problem on the previous page.

    Start by being in Expert Mode then go to C:\KRC\SmartHMI\Config> from there open the Authentication file.

    and look for <UserLevel>5</UserLevel>

    change the 5 to a 20 and cycle power

    I tried this method on KSS 8.7 and all it did was mess up the user group icon, I tried both 20 (for expert) and 30 (for admin) UserLevel, perhaps they've coded around it in later releases?

    I've been doing a lot of switching between AUT & T1 and the constant switching back Expert or Admin after running some code in AUT was really adding up!

    Hi all, working on a kuka kr240 r2900 ultra c running on KSS 8.3, I have a PTP_axis movement from point A to point B, I'd like to have it ramp up speed from point A to reach maximum velocity then slow again being reaching B for a smooth movement, what would be the ideal way of achieving this. I thought I could use $ACC_AXIS[x], but it seems to slow the whole path..?

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