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   telnet bbts-tlab 2002
 
   telnet bbts-tlab 2002
  
3. Inside the PortServer, look for the CPU by pressing 'return'; You should be able to type your command now, e.g.
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3. Inside the PortServer, look for the CPU by pressing 'return'; You should be able to type your command in VxWorks interface, e.g.
  
   [VxWorks] p
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   [VxWorks Boot]: p
  
 
4. The PortServer functionality is very simple:
 
4. The PortServer functionality is very simple:
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* Delete by using 'ctrl+h'  
 
* Delete by using 'ctrl+h'  
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* Escape character is '^]'. Exiting is then accomplished by
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  telnet> quit
  
 
==Spectrometers PortServer Definitions==
 
==Spectrometers PortServer Definitions==

Revision as of 14:35, 13 February 2015

1. find the PortServer name, ( Left HRS hatsv4 , Right HRS hatsv3, Bigbite Tlab : bbts-tlab )

2. connect to the PortServer, specifying the exact port, e.g.

 telnet bbts-tlab 2002

3. Inside the PortServer, look for the CPU by pressing 'return'; You should be able to type your command in VxWorks interface, e.g.

 [VxWorks Boot]: p

4. The PortServer functionality is very simple:

  • Type 'p' to print boot parameters
  • Type 'c' to change boot parametes
  • Type '@' to boot (load & go)
  • Type '?' for printing the list of available commands
  • Delete by using 'ctrl+h'
  • Escape character is '^]'. Exiting is then accomplished by
 telnet> quit

Spectrometers PortServer Definitions


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