This page contains How To and FAQ about ISee Imaging Software
Ask your system administrator to edit $ICDEV/ICCONFIG file and add the "#" character at the beginning of the line(s) with s_ccd.
device s_ccd s_ccd 0 0 0 /dev/pdv0
#device s_ccd s_ccd 0 0 0 /dev/pdv0
Ask your administrator to follow the instruction below:
1. Copy $ICDEV/ICCONFIG to $ICDEV/ICCONFIG-multicam
2. Edit the $ICDEV/ICCONFIG and disable one camera by inserting "#" in the beginning of the line with device s_ccd.
3. Save the file as $ICDEV/ICCONFIG_cam2.
4. Edit the $ICDEV/ICCONFIG and disable the second camera by inserting "#" in the beginning of the line with device s_ccd.
5. Save the file as $ICDEV/ICCONFIG_cam1.
6. Delete $ICDEV/ICCONFIG file.
7. Softlink ICCONFIG file before using ISee as below:
For Multi-Camera Use:
In -s $ICDEV/ICCONFIG_multicam $ICDEV/ICCONFIG
For First Camera Use:
In -s $ICDEV/ICCONFIG_cam1 $ICDEV/ICCONFIG
For Second Camera Use:
In -s $ICDEV/ICCONFIG_cam2 $ICDEV/ICCONFIG
From the command line in the UNIX shell, type in "r3nohw.
Complete details for setting new user for accessing ISee Imaging Software can be found on page 3 of the ISee Installation Guide.
1. Change to the directory containing them image file and sue the graphical user interface called icview <img_file>.
2. Save the file selecting "save as" option and then select "TIFF modified.." option.
From the ISee Graphical Interface:
1. Click on the File menu and select "Save As.." with the TIFF modified option
From the ISee Graphical Interface using the Export Function
1. Under the Utility section, connect the output of the image file to the input of the Export pnode.
Using the ROI2TIFF command:
1. Change to the directory containing the image file.
2. Use the command rio2tiff <img_file>
3. To get more options on this command, just type in rio2tiff <return>
The Image Calibration Manual explains this procedure in detail. (coming soon)
The How to Gzip, Zip and Tar files explains this in detail.
Connect the Uniblitz shutter directly to the connector on the Ludl filter wheel using the custom cable from ISee Imaging Systems.
1. Requires Netscape on our computer
2. Place the mouse pointer over the pnode
3. Press the F1 key on the keyboard.
1. Log in as root and edit or create the .passwd file.
2. On Linux based systems:
a. Use gedit
b. Edit or create the /var/inovis/icdev/.passwd file
3. On SGI based systems:
a. Use jot
b. Edit or create the /usr/dspos/icdev/.passwd file
Complete details for setting new user for accessing ISee Imaging Software can be found on page 6 of the ISee Installation Guide.
1. Log in as "root
2. Using the gedit text editor program, edit the "/etc/inittab" file.
3. In the line "id: 3:initdefault, change the 3 to a 5.
4. Save and exit the editor
5. Reboot the computer and the next login will be from a graphical screen.
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