Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of EPO


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Timestamp:
Mar 7, 2014, 10:59:40 AM (6 years ago)
Author:
Jayce Dowell
Comment:

Fixed a few typos.

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    99=== Description ===
    10 This Python script uses a [http://www.blinkstick.com/ BlinkStick] to provide a visual indicator of what LWA1 is doing that runs on Linux and OS X.  This includes:
     10This Python script uses a [http://www.blinkstick.com/ BlinkStick] to provide a visual indicator of what LWA1 is doing.  It runs on Linux and OS X, and displays the:
    1111  * Overall station status
    1212  * Data recorder operations
     
    3535
    3636=== Description ===
    37 This Python script generates a GUI showing the latest LWATV image that runs on OS X, Linux, and the [#LWATVGUI-RaspberryPiVersion Raspberry Pi].  The GUI consists of four parts:
     37This Python script generates a GUI showing the latest LWATV image and runs on Linux, OS X, and the [#LWATVGUI-RaspberryPiVersion Raspberry Pi].  The GUI consists of four parts:
    3838  1. The latest LWATV image (or where the beams are pointed if PASI isn't running),
    3939  2. a picture of the LWA1 site with the VLA in the background,
     
    7070
    7171=== Description ===
    72 The LWATV GUI can also be run on a [http://www.raspberrypi.org/ Raspberry Pi].  Running the software on a Raspberry Pi, or Pi for short, provides an low cost, low power, and easy-to-use way of displaying the GUI. 
     72The LWATV GUI can also be run on a [http://www.raspberrypi.org/ Raspberry Pi].  Running the software on a Raspberry Pi, or Pi for short, provides a low cost, low power, and easy-to-use way of displaying the GUI. 
    7373
    7474=== Hardware Setup ===
     
    9090  * Ethernet cable or !WiFi Module
    9191    * Ethernet cable
    92     * !WiFi B/G/N adapeter - [http://www.adafruit.com/products/814 here is one for $12]
     92    * !WiFi B/G/N adapter - [http://www.adafruit.com/products/814 here is one for $12]
    9393
    9494If you are worried about radio frequency interference go with the aluminum case.
    9595
    9696=== Software Setup ===
    97 The software is also easy to install and based on the [http://www.raspbian.org/ Rasbian] distribution.  You can download a pre-configured image from here and copy to the SD card by [http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup following these instructions].  After the image has been copied you can insert the card into the SD card slot on the Pi and boot it up.
     97The software is also easy to install and based on the [http://www.raspbian.org/ Rasbian] distribution.  You can download a pre-configured image from here and copy it to the SD card by [http://elinux.org/RPi_Easy_SD_Card_Setup following these instructions].  After the image has been copied you can insert the card into the SD card slot on the Pi and boot it up.
    9898
    9999The Pi will be configured to automatically start the LWATV GUI software on boot and will update the cache of previous movies nightly.  The bandwidth usage for the software is around 110MB/hour.
    100100
    101101===  Additional Configuration ===
    102 The software is setup for DHCP over a wired 10/100Mbit ethernet connection and VGA output.  If you setup is the same then no additional configuration is needed.  To change the video output resolution [http://elinux.org/RPiconfig see this page].  For help configuring a WiFi connection [http://www.howtogeek.com/167425/how-to-setup-wi-fi-on-your-raspberry-pi-via-the-command-line/ see this page].
     102The software is setup for DHCP over a wired 10/100Mbit ethernet connection and VGA output.  If your setup is the same then no additional configuration is needed.  To change the video output resolution [http://elinux.org/RPiconfig see this page].  For help configuring a WiFi connection [http://www.howtogeek.com/167425/how-to-setup-wi-fi-on-your-raspberry-pi-via-the-command-line/ see this page].