NI Hardware Configuration Utility 2022 Q3 for Linux/x86 64-bit Architecture Readme

July 2022

This file contains latest information about NI Hardware Configuration Utility 2022 Q3 and supersedes any information found in other documentation included in the distribution.

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System Requirements

Installation Instructions

Supported Hardware

Accessing the Help

Legal Information

System Requirements

NI Hardware Configuration Utility 2022 Q3 software for the Linux/x86 64-bit architecture has been tested on the following distributions:

  • openSUSE Leap 15.2
  • openSUSE Leap 15.1
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.9
  • CentOS 7.9
  • Ubuntu 20.04
  • Ubuntu 18.04

NI Hardware Configuration Utility 2022 Q3 requires a 64-bit distribution and does not support 32-bit applications.

Installation Instructions

NI provides a repository add-on for all supported drivers that you can install using your Linux distribution's native package manager.

  1. Visit and enter the Info Code LinuxRepository.
  2. Follow the instructions, using ni-hwcfg-utility as the package name. If you are only installing the NI Hardware Configuration Utility 2022 Q3 package, you do not need to build NI kernel drivers and reboot the system.

Supported Hardware

The following list details the hardware models supported in NI Hardware Configuration Utility 2022 Q3.

Accessing the Help

Use a web browser to view the NI Hardware Configuration Utility 2022 Q3 documentation at

Legal Information


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