Installation of Eleana on Windows machine

  1. To run Eleana the appropriate LabView Runtime Engine (LVRTE) version must be installed. Currently Eleana requires LVRTE version 2017 SP1. If you already have it installed you may download Eleana package without LVRTE included. If you do not have LVRTE please download the package containing the LVRTE.
  2. Download the program (with or without LVRTE).
  3. Unzip it to any convenient folder.
  4. Run Setup.exe. This will install Eleana and LVRTE (if version with runtime was downloaded).

Installation of Eleana on Linux machine

NI Labview officially supports Red Hat Linux Enterprise, CentOS and OpenSuSE. If you use other distros (Ubuntu, Debian, Mint etc.) you may encounter some problems during installation but generally Labview should work on any modern linux distro.

Installation on RPM-based distros (Red Hat, OpenSUSE, CentOS etc.)

  1. Download Eleana tar.gzip file. It contains eleana*.rpm and LabVIEW Runtime.
  2. Unpack downloaded package Eleana to any folder.
  3. Open terminal and go to the folder containing unzipped files:
    $ cd /path_to_unipped_files/
  4. Install Runtime, if needed:
    $ sudo rpm -Uvh labview*.rpm
  5. Install Eleana: sudo rpm -Uvh eleana*.rpm
  6. You may start eleana by typing: eleana in the terminal. You should also find the Eleana icon in main menu of GNOME and KDE

Installation on DEB-based distros (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, etc.))

To install Eleana on DEB-based distro you must convert rpms to deb packages.

  1. Download Eleana tar.gzip file. It contains eleana.rpm and LabVIEW Runtime.
  2. Unpack downloaded file to any folder
  3. Open terminal and go to the folder containing unzipped files:
    $ cd /path_to_unipped_files/
  4. Convert Labview Runtime rpm to deb using alien (alien must be installed in your system):
    $ fakeroot alien -d --scripts labview*.rpm
  5. Convert Eleana rpm to deb using alien:
    $ fakeroot alien -d --scripts eleana*.rpm
  6. Install LabVIEW Runtime if needed: sudo dpkg -i labview*.deb
  7. Install Eleana: sudo dpkg -i eleana*.deb
  8. You may start eleana by typing: eleana in the terminal. You should also find the Eleana icon in main menu of GNOME and KDE