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Appendix B. cacor reference

Revision History
Revision 1.22015 Oct 20jbs
Fix some typos
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Cleanup the text, and update the command list for the currently used cacor versions
Revision 1.02014 Mar 20jbs
Initial Docbook revision

The cacor program controls the correlator and correlator functions. It runs on caccc1 and is normally displayed on a VNC display.

cacor will normally already be running before you start observing. If it isn't, start it by typing:

caccc1:~> cacor

A display similar to that shown in Figure B.1 should now be visible on the caccc1 VNC screen.

If you restart cacor, then caobs will also need to be restarted afterwards. For instructions on how to do this, please consult Appendix A.

A typical cacor display.

Figure B.1. A typical cacor display.


The cacor window has five panels:

B.1. cacor Status Panel

The top panel in the cacor GUI gives information on the correlator status.