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

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

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