FlexRIO Support 16.0 Bug Fixes

개요

This document contains a subset of bugs fixed for the release of FlexRIO Support 16.0.
ID Fixed Issue
603536 Fixed an issue that occurred when attempting to download an FPGA bitfile onto an NI PXIe-797xR FPGA module on Linux or PharLAP LabVIEW Real-Time operating systems.
589167 Fixed an issue in which the Controller for FlexRIO (NI-793XR) did not populate the fan's pulse-width modulation in the Fan PWM property in the System Configuration API.
588561 Fixed an issue in which the Controller for FlexRIO (NI-793XR) did not populate the FPGA temperature sensor in the Temperature Sensors property in the System Configuration API.
589528 Fixed an issue that caused the behavior of the PXIe_Sync100 signal on NI PXIe-797XR PXIe FPGA modules to be unreliable in LabVIEW 2014 and LabVIEW 2015.

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