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Venue Management Manual

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The Venue Management manual, prepared by the Access Grid developers, provides detailed coverage of the functionality of the Venue Management utility and cursory details of running a Venue Server.

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Venue Client Manual

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The Venue Client manual, prepared by the Access Grid developers, includes detailed coverage of the functionality of the Venue Client.

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University of Vigo at Pontevedra AG Node

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University of Vigo at Orense

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Installation drivers for the black magic cards

Instructions on installing the drivers for the black magic cards can be found at http://www.accessgrid.org/node/2253.

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Setting up an AG Development Environment

Instructions on setting up a development environment which will allow access to the latest Access Grid ToolKit (AGTK) and media Tools (vic and rat) can be found at http://www.accessgrid.org/node/2005.

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Conclusion

Hopefully by now you should have the Access Grid software up and running on Scientific Linux.
 

If you have any questions, feedback or additional hints and tips we would like to hear from you. You can reach me at j.bell@cqu.edu.au.

Special thanks go to:

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Scheduling useful tasks

The following section provides information on how you can easily implement scheduling of useful tasks that you might need to have as part of your Access Grid node.

Restarting the Beacon

If you have installed the multicast beacon, it is recommended that you regularly restart the beacon. This has the advantage of:

  • starting the software if the machine has been shutdown or restarted and the beacon was forgotten to be started, or, if the beacon software stops working.

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Handy Tips and Tricks

The following "Handy Tips and Tricks" can be found below:

  • More than 3 kernels when yum updating
  • Killall AG Script
  • Configuring Remote Desktop (Gnome)

More than 3 kernels when yum updating

By default, when doing yum updates, only 3 kernels remain after the update. Example, current kernel that you are running and the new updated kernel with any existing kernel versions being removed. Sometimes you might want more than 3 kernels, for testing or any other reasons.

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Troubleshooting Tips

Video Issues

Video transmission video appears green, interlaced or colour chrominance is ghostly.

This is generally caused by having the input device signal incorrect. Example, PAL is the default for most cameras in Australia, whereas NTSC is the default in the U.S.

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