Difference: JRichEcControl (9 vs. 10)

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JRichEcControl GUI

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Installation

JRichEcControl, JRichEcConfigurator and JRichTBTrigger are all part of the RICHECKIT package. Click the link to download it. Move the .tgz file to the location you wish to install the files, then unpack it using:
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This is the main DAQ control GUI and is part of the RichEcKit package.
 
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tar xzf RICHECKIT.tgz
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Installation

 
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You should then check that execution permission is set on the feb-proxy program. The packaging utility sometimes removes this permission.
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General installation instructions can be found in the RichEcKit topic.
 
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After installing the RICHECKIT, change directory to the installation area and run the GUI as follows:
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After installing RichEcKit, change directory to the installation area and run the GUI as follows:
  PATH=$PATH:./ java -Djava.library.path=./ -jar JRichEcControl.jar
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ALERT! The following step is a prerequisite that you need to do before you can successfully operate the data acquistion but it should only be done for the first installation as it will overwrite any customisations you have done to your preferences.

Go to the Main menu and select Import. Locate the file RICH-CLARO-PD.xml that should be in the place where you installed the package and click Open to load the contents. Repeat this until you have imported the following files:

File name Description
RICH-CLARO-PD.xml CLARO hardware channel maps
RICH-MAROC3-PD.xml MAROC3 hardware channel maps
RICH-xy.xml Configurator xy to anode map
Chimaera2.xml Known Chimaera2 boards
configuratorLabels.xml Configurator label customisations

You should then exit and restart JRichEcControl.

 

Expert DAQ

The Expert DAQ panel is opened from Settings->Expert DAQ. The MAC address and IP address that are shown in the panel should correspond to the ethernet port on the DAQ PC. These addresses can be set in the JRichEcConfigurator through the Settings->PC network... panel, and should not need to be changed once the system is configured.

 
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