Monthly Archives: March 2020


[Originally posted on 2018-08] Recently, I was trying to install Ubuntu 18.04 on the second SSD drive, to have dual boot Windows 7 + Ubuntu available. It seemed to be quite easy – download Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, create bootable USB, and here you go! But, the first attempt was not […]

How to cheat on “Unable to install GRUB” error, Ubuntu ...


[Originally posted on 2018-08] VI Tester from JKI – is great tool for unit testing in LabVIEW. I’ve already described it in my blog post http://kosist.org/2017/06/jki-vi-tester-useful-tool-for-labview-developer/. This time, I’d like to tell couple words about how to modify default VI Tester Test Case template class, so each time when you […]

Modifying VI Tester template


[Originally published on 2018-08] This time the article is mostly for LabVIEW newcomers – just, I’d like to share couple interesting points of how you could make LabVIEW programming easier, funnier and faster. So, here we go. Swap inputs What if you have function with two inputs, and then you […]

10 basic LabVIEW tips and tricks, which you might find ...



[Originally published on 2018-07] Malleable VI – is cool feature, which was introduced in LabVIEW 2017. As LabVIEW help tells (http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361P-01/lvconcepts/malleable_vis_intro/): A malleable VI (.vim) is a VI that is inlined into its calling VI and can adapt each terminal to its corresponding input data type. With malleable VIs, you build a […]

Malleable VIs – class adaptation, or how to create universal ...