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- Fri Apr 17, 2020 9:07 am
- Forum: PicoScope 6 for Mac
- Topic: Software for Mac
- Replies: 18
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Gerry, it's great that Pico say they are developing the software for all platforms. However it's simply not happening. The 'beta' software has been around for years and there is no commitment to fixing it. Not even the simple annoying bugs, let alone the missing functionality. Even fixing a couple o...
- Sun Aug 25, 2019 12:41 am
- Forum: PicoScope 6 for Linux
- Topic: 'PicoScope 6 Beta' (version 184.108.40.2067) crashes at startup on Ubuntu 19.04
- Replies: 2
- Views: 4430
I emailed Pico about this and they're aware of the issue. It appears that Picoscope beta is only supported on Ubuntu 18.04. In my case I installed Mint 19.1 (which is based on Ubuntu 18.04) and it is now working. I was also told (on the 19th August) that the new release would be "in the next month"....
I'm running PicoScope 6 on a Macbook Pro with MacOS 10.12 3.3 GHx Quad Core i7, 16GB RAM. I'd be interested if anyone else is also experiencing any of these issues. I'm aware at least No. 2 has been reported. 1. The computer gets very warm and runs at around 380% cpu. Is this normal? Needless to say...
I'm about to buy a 2206B and I've been reading some of the forum topics on Mac support. I see in the fearure comparison table that there are a lot of feature exclusions for the Mac version of the software. Also the Mac software has been in Beta now for a year without any updates which doesn't give m...