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 Log in to Mark5 you want to set up (either mk5hb, mk5ke or mk5yg) as oper. //Do this from within the pcfs[hb|ke|yg] VNC session so that the Mark5 software will continue to run even if the network link from Hobart to the telescope goes down.// e.g. <​code>​ssh oper@mk5hb</​code>​ Log in to Mark5 you want to set up (either mk5hb, mk5ke or mk5yg) as oper. //Do this from within the pcfs[hb|ke|yg] VNC session so that the Mark5 software will continue to run even if the network link from Hobart to the telescope goes down.// e.g. <​code>​ssh oper@mk5hb</​code>​
  
 +There are two versions of the recording software currently in use. The original software is ''​dimino''​ which can support modules of up to 8 TB capacity (current used by Hb and Yg) and ''​DIMino''​ which supports 16 TB modules (in use at Ke). 
 +
 +Hb, Yg:
 First check if the dimino program is running: ​ First check if the dimino program is running: ​
 <​code>​ps -ef | grep dim</​code>​ <​code>​ps -ef | grep dim</​code>​
 If not, start it with If not, start it with
 <​code>​dimino -m0&</​code> ​ <​code>​dimino -m0&</​code> ​
 +
 +Ke:
 +First check if the DIMino program is running: ​
 +<​code>​ps -ef | grep DIM</​code>​
 +If not, start it with
 +<​code>​DIMino -m0&</​code> ​
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 +
 ===== Synchronising the Mark5 Clock ===== ===== Synchronising the Mark5 Clock =====
  
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