By starting a new learning subset for ML, I can train the classifier when solutions and gradients are very slow to compute, so long that I can still see them. It also plays well with X-Plane (and the version I'm testing in order to get more points in the VATSIM competition). So, please use X-Plane on your Q/C machines, or add X-Plane to the list of the products you test. Since I'm a bit shoddy at \"shipping\" X-Plane projects, I'm currently using the external serial monitor to try and debug this, but I had fail to install WinDbg on the host machine, and thus I can't really debug. I'll modify the OP later, but this is bugging me a lot. A: I finally figured it out, I'll post a solution here for future reference to those who may have the same problem. I was using the serial port, the X-E2 is a little bit fussy about the signal being in a certain format, I'll quote Mathematica's support page on serial communication: Warning: The X-E2 camera uses a serial port that has type \"RS-232, 16 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity\". This is a very special serial connection used by some operating systems, and some of the later versions of Mathematica. If your Mathematica is on a different operating system or if it is a different version, the X-E2 may give an error message. To check your serial port is compatible with the X-E2: The drop down menu in the top left corner of the screen for Serial-Settings in the Options dialog says \"RS232\". The \"Serial-Settings\" menu item on the \"interactive\" button on the screen displays a menu with the correct options.
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