In order to use the Python software, you will need to have PyChips installed on your Scientific Linux machine. For instructions on how to obtain the PyChips libraries, visit the CACTUS Installation page.

On a Scientific Linux system with PyChips installed:

  1. Download one of the above tarballs. For example:
       $ wget amc13_python_2013-01-31.tar.gz
  2. Unpack the tarball and make sure it decompressed successfully:
       $ tar -zxvf amc13_python_2013-01-31.tar.gz
       $ ls amc13_python_2013-01-31/
       addresstables_amc13  firmware_amc13  README.txt  src_amc13
  3. The software is now ready for use. For example, to run
       $ cd amc13_python_2013-01-31/src_amc13
       $ python

AMC13 Python Software Links

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-- EricHazen - 24 Jan 2012

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