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Opening Runbird:
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How to run  Runbird:
  
ssh apar@adaq2 or ssh apar@adaq3
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First log in to apar account on adaq3
cd devika/birdfeed
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ssh apar@adaq3
./runbird
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Go to the directory
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cd devika/birdfeed
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Run runbird with following code
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./runbird
  
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Note: Sometime you may face problem opening the runbird,
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please try typing ./runbird multiple times if it does not work for the first time.
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If trying ./runbird multiple times consistently does not work try the solution described in https://logbooks.jlab.org/entry/3724952 (problem #2).
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PITA-Feedback = true means Feedback is on and false means Feedback is off.
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Some times you may see some values that doesn't make sense,
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this will be due to the feedback off or beam not available at that time.
  
Note: sometime you may face problem opening the runbird gui, please try
 
typing ./runbird multiple times if this does not work for first time.
 
  
[[File:JMenumain.png|thumb|600px|right|Figure 1 - Main JMenu window.]]
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[[File:Runbird.png|thumb|600px|right|Figure 1 - runbird GUI]]

Latest revision as of 03:51, 28 August 2019

How to run Runbird:

First log in to apar account on adaq3

ssh apar@adaq3

Go to the directory

cd devika/birdfeed

Run runbird with following code

./runbird

Note: Sometime you may face problem opening the runbird, please try typing ./runbird multiple times if it does not work for the first time. If trying ./runbird multiple times consistently does not work try the solution described in https://logbooks.jlab.org/entry/3724952 (problem #2). PITA-Feedback = true means Feedback is on and false means Feedback is off. Some times you may see some values that doesn't make sense, this will be due to the feedback off or beam not available at that time.


Figure 1 - runbird GUI