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  • BurnInTest Linux V4 Beta Release

    BurnInTest Linux V4 is now available for beta testing.

    Current Version: V4.0 Beta 1
    Date: 3/May/2017
    Download link: BurnInTest Linux V4 Beta

    Download size: 3MB
    License keys: V3 keys will not work in the V4 beta. New V4 keys will be required for the final V4 release

    System Requirements
    V4 of BurnInTest Linux is built under a new development environment compared to V3, as such the system requirements have changed;
    • 64bit Linux required
    • Linux kernel 3.10 or higher
    • glibc 2.17 or higher
    • Qt 5.6.1 and higher
    • Open GL 1.2 and higher (for 3D graphics test plus working Open GL drivers for your video card).
    • libusb 1.0
    What's new
    • Updated user interface to use QT5 (5.6.1)
    • Added management console support (http://www.passmark.com.au/products/bitmgtconsole.htm).
      See the "Management" tab in the BurnInTest preferences for new options
    • Added periodic logging setting to logging options in BurnInTest preferences
    • Added post-test options to BurnInTest preferences.
      Can now choose the auto/manual stop actions and external applications to run for pass and failure cases.
    • Increased amount of system information collected and displayed (in particular for RAM, network cards and hard drives).
    • Changed system information network output so all network cards are displayed (not just active ones with IP address)
    • Filtering out virtual bridge entries from available network devices (virbr)

  • #2
    Hello, we have purchased the BurnInTest Linux V4. How can we get the Management Console for it?

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    • #3
      There is information about the BurnInTest Management console here, http://www.passmark.com/products/bitmgtconsole.htm

      And there is a public demonstration here (you can use the latest version of BurnInTest and point it at our server):
      http://www.passmark.com/burnintest/m...id=1&sidebar=2

      If after playing around with the demo, you are interested in purchasing the software, you can email us for a quote.

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      • #4
        Hello Passmark Team,

        we have purchased the BurnInTest Linux V4, but how to install and start up the USB3.0 loopback plug?
        I can't monitor and get any information on burnin stress window.

        System description:
        • System Board: A320M
        • CPU: AMD Ryzen5 1400
        • Cooler 65W 4PIN Cooler
        • Memory: DDR4 2400 4G RAM*2
        • HDD: 2.5 1TB (7200) Seagate*2
        • Graphics Card: AMD RX480 8GB
        • PSU: 500W PSU
        • WiFi/BT: NA


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        • #5
          What flavour & version of Linux are you running?
          Does the USB3 plug appear as a connected USB device in Linux (try the "lsusb" command)?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by David (PassMark) View Post
            What flavour & version of Linux are you running?
            Does the USB3 plug appear as a connected USB device in Linux (try the "lsusb" command)?
            Hi David, My System is running on Steam OS with Linux Kernel 4.11, and "lsusb" command is show on :
            Bus 003 Device 008: ID 0403:ff0b Future Technology Devices International, Ltd
            Bus 004 Device 005: ID 0403:ff0b Future Technology Devices International, Ltd

            I'm not sure that device need to be mount on Linux? As my understood not needed driver for Linux platform.

            Thank your help


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            • #7
              It looks like you haven't configured the USB section of the cmdline_config.txt file to run any USB tests. You will need to open this file in a text editor and find the <USB> section then remove the "#" comments from it so you end up with something like this;
              Code:
              <USB>
              NumUSB 1
              </USB>

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Tim (PassMark) View Post
                It looks like you haven't configured the USB section of the cmdline_config.txt file to run any USB tests. You will need to open this file in a text editor and find the <USB> section then remove the "#" comments from it so you end up with something like this;
                Code:
                <USB>
                NumUSB 1
                </USB>
                Dear PassMark Team.

                Very Awesome, System is workable with USB3.0 loopback.
                Millions of thanks, this is a very effective feedback.

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                • #9
                  Hi, we have bought the BurnInTest Linux V4. How might we get the Management Console for it?

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                  • #10
                    Details about the Management Console can be found here.
                    If you need more details please Email us.

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                    • #11
                      Hi, based on system requirements that should be installed Qt 5.6.1 or higher version on system but i had tried to install qt-opensource-linux-x64-5.6.1 and it can not any work and still show error: Qt version installed is not valid.

                      can you provide the more detail info about Qt packaging, Thanks!!

                      System description:
                      • Command: ./burntest.sh
                      • OS: Ubuntu 16.04.3
                      • System Board: A320M
                      • CPU: AMD Ryzen5 1400
                      • Cooler 65W 4PIN Cooler
                      • Memory: DDR4 2400 4G RAM*2
                      • HDD: 2.5 1TB (7200) Seagate*2
                      • Graphics Card: AMD RX480 8GB
                      • PSU: 500W PSU
                      • WiFi/BT: NA

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                      • #12
                        Ubuntu 16.04 is difficult as it ships with Qt version 5.5.1 by default and generally there isn't an easy way to update it, the update packages are either not available or will only be installed after Ubuntu is upgraded to a newer version (we have heard of people getting a newer version of Qt installed so BurnInTest will run in 16.04 but have no extra details from them on how they achieved it).

                        It sounds like you have directly installed it from the source files? If so you may be missing one of the required qt libraries (one of them might not have been installed from the source so is still an old version). If you run the ldd command on the BurnInTest executable (ldd ./bit_gui_x64) you should be able to see which specific libraries are missing.

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