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   - Open a VNC connection to the DBBC. At Hobart, connect to 131.217.63.248:​0 <​code>​Applications --> Auscope Hobar --> VNC -->​dbbchb </​code>​   - Open a VNC connection to the DBBC. At Hobart, connect to 131.217.63.248:​0 <​code>​Applications --> Auscope Hobar --> VNC -->​dbbchb </​code>​
   - You should see a window named ''​DBBC2 Control DDC v104_2.exe''​. Close it and then restart it from the desktop. When prompted to reconfigure press "​y",​ it takes about 2 minutes.   - You should see a window named ''​DBBC2 Control DDC v104_2.exe''​. Close it and then restart it from the desktop. When prompted to reconfigure press "​y",​ it takes about 2 minutes.
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   - It is then necessary to make sure the DBBC is synchronised with the station PPS. After some time, in eremotectrl type:<​code>​dbbc=pps_sync</​code>​ You should then see a row of LEDs on the DBBC flash in sync, once a second.   - It is then necessary to make sure the DBBC is synchronised with the station PPS. After some time, in eremotectrl type:<​code>​dbbc=pps_sync</​code>​ You should then see a row of LEDs on the DBBC flash in sync, once a second.
   - Lastly, the Mark5 time needs synchronising. To do this, open a terminal on pcfshb and type <​code>​fmset</​code>​ In the interface, type ''​S''​ followed by ''​y'',​ then press the **ESC** key.   - Lastly, the Mark5 time needs synchronising. To do this, open a terminal on pcfshb and type <​code>​fmset</​code>​ In the interface, type ''​S''​ followed by ''​y'',​ then press the **ESC** key.
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