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Server Migration Coming

This site will be migrated to another Webfaction server soon, so there may be some disruptions during the next week.  Please be patient.

Update 6/7/2013: this blog and the subversion server appear fine, but the trac site needs some work – it might be a couple days before I get it fixed.

Update 6/25/2013: it took way too long, but I’ve got the trac site back up and running to my satisfaction.  Overall, I still like trac (I did take a look at switching to redmine), but I’ve found it very hard to migrate a trac site (in this case, instead of trying to get an old version running on 64-bit Linux, I migrated to the latest version).

1 comment

1 Frankie Simon { 06.14.13 at 10:07 am }

Hi Tony, sorry for contacting you via a comment but I haven’t found any other way to do that through the site.

Our company released Kickdrive, a software tool for testing, monitoring and configuring CAN/CANopen networks and position drives. We work with a range of third-party interfaces, including Ixxat, and make use of the DataLink interface for others.

We have a freeware version called Kickdrive Zero here:
http://www.kickdrive.de/en/index.html?download.htm

If you’re interested, we’d be happy to provide you with a license to our full-featured product (which lets you build your own UI interfaces and service tools). I’m sure you can make use of it.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any information. And once again, wish you a speedy migration and apologies for abusing the comments interface.

Frankie Simon
fullmo Kickdrive

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