LabVIEW is systems engineering software for applications that require test, measurement, and control with rapid access to hardware and data insights.
This guide describes how to install LabVIEW on a user's device pursuant to the license agreement. LabVIEW is also available for Windows and Mac, please see the following links for instructions on installing the software for those platforms:
To agree to the license and gain access to the software, launch the Software Licensing Tool and follow the prompts.
- The LabVIEW software cannot be used for commercial purposes.
- You cannot distribute the LabVIEW software to anyone.
- The LabVIEW software must be removed from your computer when you leave the Rensselaer community.
Installing LabVIEW 2017 on a computer with Linux
If you are OFF campus, the VPN needs to be up and running before attempting to install or run this program
LabVIEW 2017 is available for the following 32 and 64 bit Linux distributions:
- Red Hat
- Scientific Linux
- Click on file.
- Click on Connect to Server... and fill in the information as follows:
- Service Type: Windows Share
- Server: arc-fs4.win.rpi.edu
- Share: software
- Folder: ni
- User Name: (leave blank)
- Domain Name: win.rpi.edu
- To install the 64-bit version, run the install script as root (ex. in a terminal window run ./INSTALL).
- To install the 32-bit version, navigate into the 32-bit sub-directory and then run the install script as root.