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How to stop a simulink model on a standalone raspberry pi?

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I am using Matlab 2017a version to develop an application on raspberry pi. The model is developed and deployed to the raspberry pi board. The raspberry should work as a standalone application. To run the model, I am using the command "sudo ./<Name of the model>.elf". How can I stop this model from the raspberry pi terminal. Ctrl+C works sometimes but the model does not stop all the time. Please suggest how to stop the running standalone simulink models.

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Von Duesenberg
Von Duesenberg on 15 Feb 2018
Edited: Walter Roberson on 16 Feb 2018
In a terminal window, type top to see the running processes and look at the PID column for the number corresponding to your standalone model. Then exit top by pressing q, and type sudo kill <PID> (<PID> should be replaced by your own PID).
Abhishek Kekud
Abhishek Kekud on 16 Feb 2018
Thank you Von for this idea. I am trying to run a python based GUI on raspberry pi and I am looking out for options to run the standalone simulink model, pass parameters to the model and stop the model whenever required. Please suggest the some ways. Your suggestions are awaited.
irfan ullah
irfan ullah on 6 Aug 2019
Hello Abhishek Kekud,
We are trying to do the same but have not found a solution. So if you have finally got one, can you please share it with us.
Kind regards,

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Madhu Govindarajan
Madhu Govindarajan on 16 Feb 2018
What if you follow this page and try sudo killall 'modelname.elf' ?
That seems like a worthy try in my mind.


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