This page contains both PyChips-based (using Python) and microHAL-based (using C++) software packages for the control, readout, and programming of the TTT TTC Simulator board.

NOTE: As of CACTUS Software Suite 2.0, the uHAL package no longer works... You will need to use the Python packages below for your TTT operation, for the time being

Software Releases

  • Python - please see this page for Python software now.

Installation Procedures

  • Python
    1. Download the tarball and unzip it in your ${HOME}/src directory (or any directory you desire):
            $ wget http://ohm.bu.edu/~chill90/ttt/python/ttt_pychips_2013-04-03.tar.gz
            $ tar - zxvf ttt_pychips_2013-04-03.tar.gz
            
    2. Set the environment (use environ.sh for bash, environ.csh for tcsh):
            $ cd ttt_pychips/
            $ source environ.sh
            
    3. You are now ready to run the executable python scripts!
            $ python src/TTTtool.py
            

  • C++
    1. Download the tarball and unzip it in your ${HOME}/src directory (or any directory you desire):
            $ wget http://ohm.bu.edu/~chill90/ttt/uhal/ttt_uhal_2013-04-03.tar.gz
            $ tar -zxvf ttt_uhal_2013-04-03.tar.gz
            
    2. Set the environment (use environ.sh for bash, environ.csh for tcsh):
            $ cd ttt_uhal/
            $ source environ.sh
            
    3. Build the code
            $ make
            
    4. You are now ready to run the command-line executable ttt_uhal/bin/TTTtool and the trigger scripts in ttt_uhal/scripts/
            $ ./bin/TTTtool
            

-- CharlieHill - 27 Mar 2013

Topic revision: r9 - 29 Jan 2014 - 17:14:44 - EricHazen
 
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