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  14925   Wed Oct 2 20:45:18 2019 ranaUpdateComputersrossa revival

Formatted and re-installing OS on rossa for the 3rd or 4th time this year. I suggest that whoever is installing software and adjusting video settings please stop.

If you feel you need to tinker deeply, use ottavia or zita and then be prepared to show up and fix it.

While I was moving the UPS around, the network lights went out for Rossa, so I may have damaged the network interface or cable. Debugging continues.

  14928   Thu Oct 3 11:01:18 2019 ranaUpdateLSC(PR)FPMI locking

wonder if its possible to do variable finesse locking

Gabriele mentioned that Virgo used arm trans PDH for this, but I guess we could possibly use POX/POY to start and bring in the PRM with 50% MICH trans

  14931   Thu Oct 3 14:32:37 2019 ranaUpdateGeneralMake the Jenne-laser setup fiber-coupled

I'm curious to see if we really need the 1611, or if we can calibrate the diode laser vs. the 1611 one time and then just use that calibration to get the absolute cal for the DUT.

  14935   Thu Oct 3 21:50:22 2019 ranaUpdateComputersrossa revival

Got the network to work again just by unplugging the power cord and letting it sit for awhile. But corrupted OS by trying to install Nvidia drivers.

https://www.advancedclustering.com/act_kb/installing-nvidia-drivers-rhel-centos-7/

  14952   Tue Oct 8 16:54:56 2019 ranaUpdateIOOIMC locking not working after this work

I think this offset setting thing is not so good. People do this every few years, but putting offsets in servos means that you cannot maintain a stable alignment when there are changes in the laser power, PMC trans, etc. The better thing is to do the centering of the WFS spots with the unlcoked beam after the control offsets have been offloaded to the suspensions.

  14959   Wed Oct 9 12:15:05 2019 ranaUpdateElectronicsWFS head RF measurements

It would be good if you and Shruti can look at how to change the parameters in Zero so as to do a fit to the measured data. Usually, in scipy.optimize we give it a function with some changeable params, so maybe there's a way to pass params to a zero object in that way. I think Ian and Anchal are doing something similar to their FSS Pockel's cell simulator.

  14986   Wed Oct 23 10:23:26 2019 ranaUpdateALSEX uPDH electronics checkout

During our EX AM/PM setups, I don't think we bumped the PDH gain knob (and I hope that the knob was locked). Possible drift in the PZT response? Good thing Shruti is on the case.

Is there a loop model of green PDH that agrees with the measurement? I'm wondering if something can be done with a compensation network to up the bandwidth or if the phase lag is more like a non-invertible kind.

  14994   Mon Oct 28 18:55:06 2019 ranaUpdateComputersrossa revival

back on new Rossa from Xi computing

  1. switched to using Display Port for video; this works. The DVi, HDMI, VGA ports are connected to the motherboard rather than the video card, so they are not active.
  2. runs super slow w/ SL 7.6; maybe some service is running after startup?
  3. install repos and update according to LLO CDS wiki
  4. add controls user and group according to LLO wiki
  5. remove gstreamer ugly because it breaks yum update
  6. run 'yum update --skip-broken' because GDS doesn't work
  7. turn off old selinux stuff
  8. modify fstab to get NFS

Next:

  1. finish mounting
  2. xfce
  3. figure out why the LLO install instructions can't install any CDS software (e.g. root, DTT, etc)

Update: Sun Nov 3 18:08:48 2019

  1. moved the SL7 fresh install repos back into etc/yum.repos.d/. The LLO instructions has me remove them, but the LLO supplied repos are no good for standard apps. After putting these back was able to install standard apps (terminator, root, diaggui)
  2. copied over /etc/fstab lines from pianosa sothat the NFS mounts work correctly
  3. added symlinks so that the NFS dirs mount in the right dirs
  4. symlink libsasl2.so.3 -> libsasl2.so.2 and now DTT runs and can get data now and in the past
  5. install XFCE
  6. sitemap / MEDM works
  7.  Did "sudo ln -s /usr/lib64/libXm.so.4 /usr/lib64/libXm.so.3" to enable StripTool.

Update: Fri Nov 15 00:00:26 2019:

  1. random hanging of machine while doing various window moving or workspace switching
  2. turned off power management in XFCE
  3. turned off power management on monitor
  4. disabled SELINUX
  5. firewalld was already off
  6. installed most, pdftk, htop, glances, qtgrace, lesstif
  7. dataviewer now works and QTgrace is much nicer than XMGrace
  15023   Wed Nov 13 20:15:56 2019 ranaUpdatePEMFollow-up on seismometer discussion

this is due to the Equivalence Principle: local accelerations are indistinguishable from spacetime curvature. On a spherical Earth, the local gradient of the metric points in the direction towards the center of the Earth, which is colloquially known as "down".

Quote:

I don't understand why the z-axis motion reported by the T240 is ~10x lower at 10 mHz compared to the X and Y motions. Is this some electronics noise artefact?

 

  15025   Thu Nov 14 12:11:04 2019 ranaUpdatePEMFollow-up on seismometer discussion

at 1 Hz' this effect is not large so that's real translation. at lower frequencies a ground tilt couples to the horizontal sensors at first order and so the apparent signal is amplified by the double integral. drawing a free body diagram u can c that

x_apparent = (g / s^2) * theta

but for vortical this not tru because it already measures the full free fall and the tilt only shows up at 2nd order

  15026   Thu Nov 14 23:56:18 2019 ranaUpdateLSCoff the bad Violin filters

We turned off many excessive violin mode bandstop filters in the LSC.

Due to some feedforward work by Jenne or EQ some years ago, we have had ~10 violin notches on in the LSC between the output matrix and the outputs to the SUS.

They were eating phase, computation time, and making ~3 dB gain peaking in places where we can't afford it. I have turned them off and Gautam SDF safed it.

Offensive BS shown in brown and cooler BS shown in blue.

To rotate the DTT landscape plot to not be sideways, use this command (note that the string is 1east, not least):
pdftk in.pdf cat 1east output out.pdf

Attachment 1: out.pdf
out.pdf
  15027   Fri Nov 15 00:18:41 2019 ranaUpdatePEMFollow-up on seismometer discussion

The large ground motion at 1 Hz started up again tonight at around 23:30. I walked around the lab and nearby buildings with a flashlight and couldn't find anything whumping. The noise is very sinusoidal and seems like it must be a 1 Hz motor rather than any natural disturbance or traffic, etc. Suspect that it is a pump in the nearby CES building which is waking up and running to fill up some liquid level. Will check out in the morning.

Estimate of displacement noise based on the observed MC_F channel showing a 25 MHz peak-peak excursion for the laser:

dL = 25e6 * (13 m / (c / lambda)

      = 1 micron

So this is a lot. Probably our pendulum is amplifying the ground motion by 10x, so I suspect a ground noise of ~0.1 micron peak-peak.

(this is a native PDF export using qtgrace rather than XMgrace. uninstall xmgrace and symlink to qtgrace.)

Attachment 1: MCshake.pdf
MCshake.pdf
  15031   Fri Nov 15 18:59:08 2019 ranaUpdateComputersZITA: started upgrade from Ubuntu 14 LTS to 18 LTS

and so it begins...until this is finished I have turned off the projector and moved the striptools to the big TV (time to look for Black Friday deals to replace the projector with a 120 inch LED TV)

  15050   Tue Nov 26 18:16:08 2019 ranaUpdateLSCPOX / POY calibration

...maybe the opto-mechanical CARM plant is changing as a function of the CARM offset...

Quote:

Even assuming 50% error in the calibration factors, it's hard to explain the swing of TRX/TRY when the CARM offset is brought to zero.

  • The increase in (admittedly in-loop) CARM noise as the offset is reduced still seems to me to be correlated with the buildup of IR power in the arm cavities.
  15052   Wed Nov 27 13:14:02 2019 ranaUpdateLSCITMX and ITMY OSEMs with low and high circulating power

if the RP don't fit

u must acquit

sweep the laser amplitude

to divine the couplin w certitude

  15057   Sun Dec 1 13:38:48 2019 ranaUpdateLSCNo shaking but no inspiration either

yes, reasonable

  15060   Mon Dec 2 20:18:18 2019 ranaUpdateALSEY uPDH post mixer LPF

                   filter Q seems too high,

but what precisely is the proper way to design the IF filter?

   seems like we should be able to do it using math instead of feelins

                              Izumi made this one so maybe he has an algorythym

  15065   Tue Dec 3 14:52:13 2019 ranaUpdateIMCQ Measurement of Test Masses

crying

Quote:

[Yehonathan, Gavin]

  1. Lock IMC
  2. Lock one of the arms (only) using the IR PDH signal feeding back to an ETM.
  3. Excite the ITM using the SR785 near 28.8 kHz
  4. Look for the resulting peak using the SR785 spectra of the POX or POY error signal from the demod board
  5. Based on the calibrated noise level of the POX/POY, estimate what the SNR will be of the internal mode peak.
  15067   Tue Dec 3 20:32:37 2019 ranaOmnistructureDAQNDS2 situation

Recently, accordian to Gautam, the NDS2 server has been dying on Megatron ~daily or weekly. The prescription is to restart the server.

  1. I could find no instructions (that work) in the elog or wiki. We must remove the misleading entries from the wiki and update it with whatever works as of today.
  2. There is a line (which has been commented out) in the Megatron crontab which is close to the right command, but it has the wrong path.
  3. Running the command from the CRON (/home/nds2mgr/nds2-megatron/test_restart), gives several errrors.
  4. when I run the init.d command which is in the script, it seems to run fine
  5. the server then takes several minutes to get itself together; i.e. just because it is running doesn't mean that you can get data. I recommend waiting 5-10 minutes.

Also, megatron is running Ubuntu 12 !! Let's decide on a day to upgrade it to a Debian 18ish....word from Rolf is that Scientific Linux is fading out everywhere, so Debian is the new operating system for all conformists.

Attachment 1: getData.py
#!/usr/bin/env python
# this function gets some data (from the 40m) and saves it as
# a .mat file for the matlabs
# Ex. python -O getData.py


from scipy.io import savemat,loadmat
import scipy.signal as sig
from astropy.time import Time
import nds2
... 116 more lines ...
Attachment 2: chanlist.txt
PEM-SEIS_BS_X_OUT_DQ
PEM-SEIS_BS_Y_OUT_DQ
PEM-SEIS_BS_Z_OUT_DQ
PEM-SEIS_EX_X_OUT_DQ
PEM-SEIS_EX_Y_OUT_DQ
PEM-SEIS_EX_Z_OUT_DQ
PEM-SEIS_EY_X_OUT_DQ
PEM-SEIS_EY_Y_OUT_DQ
PEM-SEIS_EY_Z_OUT_DQ
  15082   Fri Dec 6 17:49:46 2019 ranaSummaryPEMJump test of seismometers: EX needs recentering

Yehonathan, please center the EX seismometer.

The attached PDF shows the seismometer signals (I'm assuming that they're already calibrated into microns/s) during the lab tour for the art students on 11/1. The big spike which I've zoomed in on shows the time when we were in the control room and we all jumped up at the same time. There were approximately 15 students each with a mass of ~50-70 kg. I estimate that out landing times were all sync'd to within ~0.1 s.

Attachment 1: Seismometers.pdf
Seismometers.pdf
Attachment 2: src.tgz
  15083   Sun Dec 8 20:15:41 2019 ranaSummaryPEMJump test of seismometers: EX needs recentering

I have re-centered the EX (and EY) seismometers. They are Guralp CMG40-T, and have no special centering procedure except cycling the power a few times. I turned off the power on their interface box, then waited 10s before turning it back on.

The fist atm shows the comparison using data from 8-9 PM Saturday night:

  1. there seems to be a factor of 2 calibration diff between the T240 near the BS, and the Guralp seismometers at the end. Which one is right? surpriseWhen was the last time they were cross calibrated?
  2. The low coherence between BS_X and EX_X shows the problem. They should be very coherent (> 0.9) for 0.1-1 Hz.sad

 

Attachment 1: seis_all_191208.pdf
seis_all_191208.pdf
  15084   Sun Dec 8 20:27:11 2019 ranaUpdateComputersViviana upgrade to Ubuntu 16

The IBM laptop at EX was running Ubuntu 14, so I allowed it to start upgrading itself to Ubuntu16 as it desired. After it is done, I will upgrade it to 18.04 LTS. We should have them all run LTS.

  15085   Sun Dec 8 20:48:29 2019 ranaConfigurationComputersMegatron: starts up grade

I noticed recently that Megatron was running Ubuntu 12, so I've started its OS upgrade.

  1. Unlocked the IMC + disabled the autolocker from the LockMC screen + closed the PSL shutter (IMC REFL shutter doesn't seem to do anythin)
  2. Disabled the "FSS" slow servo on the FSS screen
  3. did sudo apt-get update, sudo apt-get upgrade, and then sudo apt-get do-release-upgrade which starts the actual thing
  4. According to the internet, the LTS upgrades will go in series rather than up to 18 in one shot, so its now doing 12 -> 14 (Trusty Tapir)

Megatron and IMC autolocking will be down for awhile, so we should use a different 'script' computer this week.


Mon Dec 9 14:52:58 2019

upgrade to Ubuntu 14 complete; now upgrading to 16

  15095   Wed Dec 11 22:01:24 2019 ranaConfigurationComputersMegatron: starts up grade

Megatron is now running Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

We should probably be able to load all the LSC software on there by adding the appropriate Debian repos.

I have re-enabled the cron jobs in the crontab.

The MC Autolocker and the PSL NPRO Slow/Temperature control are run using 'initctl', so I'll leave that up to Shruti to run/test.

  15102   Tue Dec 17 20:45:30 2019 ranaUpdatePSLPMC cavity ringdown measurement

idk - I'm recently worried about the 'thermal self locking' issue we discussed. I think you should try to measure the linewidth by scanning (with low input power) and also measure the TF directly by modulating the power via the AOM and taking the ratio of input/output with the PDA55s. I'm curious to see if the ringdown is different for low and high powers

Quote:

I plan to model the PD+AOM as a lowpass filter with an RC time constant of 12us and undo its filtering action on the PMC trans ringdown measurement to get the actual ringdown time.

Is this acceptable?

This is an ole SURF report on thermal self-locking that may be of use (I haven't read it or checked it for errors, but Royal was pretty good analytically, so its worth looking at)

  15141   Wed Jan 22 16:38:01 2020 ranaUpdateComputersrossa revival

wiped and install Debian 10 on rossa today

still to be done: config it as CDS workstation

please don't try to "fix" it in the meantime

  15146   Thu Jan 23 16:37:14 2020 ranaUpdatePSLPMC VGA chip damaged?

doesn't seem so anomolous to me; we're getting ~25 dB of gain range and the ideal range would be 40 dB. My guess is that even thought this is not perfect, the real problem is elsewhere.

  15162   Tue Jan 28 08:26:53 2020 ranaFrogsPEMshaking

https://breakthrough.caltech.edu/magazine/2019-aug/#article-Listening-with-Light

  15193   Thu Feb 6 16:14:44 2020 ranaUpdateGeneraloffice area temperature

I changed the office area thermostate near Steve's desk from 68F to 73F today. Please do not change it.

If anyone from facilities comes to adjust something, please put the details in the elog on the same day so that we can know to undo that change rather than chase down other drifts in the system.

  15217   Wed Feb 19 22:20:22 2020 ranaUpdateALSALS OOL noise with arms locked

Could you please put physical units on the Y-axis and also put labels in the legend which give a physical description of what each trace is?

It would also be good to a separate plot which has the IR locking signal and the green locking signal along with this out of loop noise, all in the same units so that w can see what the ratio is.

  15221   Sun Feb 23 18:15:22 2020 ranaUpdateALSALS OOL noise and PDH

to make the comparisons meaningfully

one needs to correct for the feedback changes

faithfully

  15269   Thu Mar 12 10:43:50 2020 ranaUpdateLoss MeasurementArm transfer function measurement

                               when doing the AM sweeps of cavities

make sure to cross-calibrate the detectors

                       else you'll make of science much frivolities

            much like the U.S. elections electors

  15286   Mon Mar 30 19:02:49 2020 ranaUpdateGeneraldonated cleanroom supplies to Hospitals

Yesterday evening I took nearly all of the masks, gloves, gowns, alcohol wipes, hats, and shoe covers. These were the ones in the cleanroom cabinets at the east end of the Y-arm, as well as the many boxes under the yarm near those cabinets.

This photo album shows the stuff, plus some other random photos I took around the same time (6-7 PM) of the state of parts of the lab.

  15288   Tue Mar 31 23:35:50 2020 ranaUpdateCDSFoton for shaped noise injections

do you really mean awggui cannot make shaped noise injections via its foton text box ? That has always worked for me in the past.

If this is broken I'm suspicious there's been some package installs to the shared dirs by someone.

  15297   Mon Apr 6 12:26:07 2020 ranaUpdateASCPOP angular FF filters trained and tested

that's pretty great performance. maybe you can also upload some code so that we can do it later too - or maybe in the 40m GIT

I wonder how much noise is getting injected into PRC length at 10-100 Hz due to this. Any change the PRC ERR?

  15302   Mon Apr 13 16:51:49 2020 ranaSummaryDAQNODUS: rsyncd daemon / service set up

I just now modified the /etc/rsyncd.conf file as per Dan Kozak's instructions. The old conf file is still there with the file name appended with today's date.

I then enabled the rsync daemon to run on boot using 'enable'. I'll ask Dan to start the file transfers again and see if this works.

controls@nodus|etc> sudo systemctl start rsyncd.service
controls@nodus|etc> sudo systemctl enable rsyncd.service
Created symlink from /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/rsyncd.service to /usr/lib/systemd/system/rsyncd.service.
controls@nodus|etc> sudo systemctl status rsyncd.service
● rsyncd.service - fast remote file copy program daemon
   Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/rsyncd.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
   Active: active (running) since Mon 2020-04-13 16:49:12 PDT; 1min 28s ago
 Main PID: 4950 (rsync)
   CGroup: /system.slice/rsyncd.service
           └─4950 /usr/bin/rsync --daemon --no-detach

Apr 13 16:49:12 nodus.martian.113.168.192.in-addr.arpa systemd[1]: Started fast remote file copy program daemon.
Apr 13 16:49:12 nodus.martian.113.168.192.in-addr.arpa systemd[1]: Starting fast remote file copy program daemon...

  15306   Sat Apr 18 13:32:31 2020 ranaUpdateCamerasGigE w better NIR sensitivvity

There's this elog from Stephen about better 1064 sensitivity from Basler. We should consider getting one if he finds that its actual SNR is as good as we would expect from the QE improvement.

Might allow for better scatter measurements - not that we need more signal, but it could allow us to use shorter exposure times and reduce blurring due to the wobbly beams.

  15312   Thu Apr 23 10:42:02 2020 ranaUpdatePSLFSS debugging attempts

I had set up the 4395 to do this automatically a few years ago, but it looked at the FSS/IMC instead. When the PCDRIVE goes high there is this excess around ~500 kHz in a broad hump.

But the IMC loop gain changes sometimes with alignment, so I don't know if its a loop instability or if its laser noise. However, I think we have observed PCDRIVE to go up without IMC power dropping so my guess is that it was true laser noise.

This works since the IMC is much more sensitive than PMC. Perhaps one way to diagnose would be to lock IMC at a low UGF without any boosts. Then the UGF would be far away from that noise making frequency. However, the PCDRIVE also wouldn't have much activity.

  15313   Fri Apr 24 00:26:59 2020 ranaSummaryPEML.A. EQ from Tuesday night
Attachment 1: April22-EQ.pdf
April22-EQ.pdf
  15320   Thu May 7 09:43:21 2020 ranaUpdateASCIMC WFS

This is the doc from Keita Kawabe on why the WFS heads should be rotated.

  15325   Tue May 12 17:51:25 2020 ranaSummaryComputer Scripts / Programsupdated LESS syntax highlight on nodus

apt install source-highlight

then modified bashrc to point to /usr/share instead of /usr/bin

  15337   Tue May 19 15:24:06 2020 ranaUpdateBHDBHD mode-matching study

It would be good to have a corner plot with all the distances/ RoCs. Also perhaps a Jacobian like done in this breathtaking and seminal work.

  15345   Fri May 22 10:37:41 2020 ranaUpdateComputer Scripts / ProgramsNDS2 service restarted

was dead again this morning - JZ notified

current restart instructions (after ssh to megatron):

cd /home/nds2mgr/nds2-megatron

sudo su nds2mgr

make -f test_restart

  15346   Mon May 25 10:54:41 2020 ranaUpdateComputer Scripts / ProgramsNDS2 service restarted

so far it has run through the weekend with no problems (except that there are huge log files as usual).

I have started to set up monit to run on megatron to watch this process. In principle this would send us alerts when things break and also give a web interface to watch monit. I'm not sure how to do web port forwarding between megatron and nodus, so for now its just on the terminal. e.g.:

monit>sudo monit status
Monit 5.25.1 uptime: 4m

System 'megatron'
  status                       OK
  monitoring status            Monitored
  monitoring mode              active
  on reboot                    start
  load average                 [0.15] [0.22] [0.25]
  cpu                          0.6%us 1.0%sy 0.2%wa
  memory usage                 1001.4 MB [25.0%]
  swap usage                   107.2 MB [1.9%]
  uptime                       40d 17h 55m
  boot time                    Tue, 14 Apr 2020 17:47:49
  data collected               Mon, 25 May 2020 11:43:03

Process 'nds2'
  status                       OK
  monitoring status            Monitored
  monitoring mode              active
  on reboot                    start
  pid                          25007
  parent pid                   1
  uid                          4666
  effective uid                4666
  gid                          4666
  uptime                       3d 1h 22m
  threads                      53
  children                     0
  cpu                          0.0%
  cpu total                    0.0%
  memory                       19.4% [776.1 MB]
  memory total                 19.4% [776.1 MB]
  security attribute           unconfined
  disk read                    0 B/s [2.3 GB total]
  disk write                   0 B/s [17.9 MB total]
  data collected               Mon, 25 May 2020 11:43:03

 

  15362   Fri May 29 00:34:57 2020 ranaUpdateLSCArm transmission RIN

how bout corner plot with power signals and oplevs? I think that would show not just linear couplings (like your coherence), but also quadratic couplings (chesire cat grin)devil

  15425   Tue Jun 23 17:54:56 2020 ranaConfigurationVACVac maintenance complete

I propose we go for all CAPS for all channel names. The lower case names is just a holdover from Steve/Alan from the 90's. All other systems are all CAPS.

It avoids us having to force them all to UPPER in the scripts and channel lists.

  15435   Sun Jun 28 16:29:58 2020 ranaUpdateSUSMC1 sat-box de-lidded

does the FLIR have an option to export image with a colorbar?

How about just leave the lid open? or more open? I don't know what else can be done in the near term. Maybe swap with the SRM sat box to see if that helps?

  15449   Sun Jul 5 16:14:41 2020 ranaUpdateComputersrossa re-re-revival

maybe we should make a "dd" copy of pianosa in case rossa has issues and someone destroys pianosa by accidentally spilling coffee on it.

So, in summary, rossa is now all set up for use during lock acquisition. However, until this machine has undergone a few months of testing, we should freeze the pianosa config and not mess with it.

  15450   Sun Jul 5 18:25:42 2020 ranaUpdateElectronicsWFS characterization

in the lab, checkin on the WFS

Sun Jul 5 18:25:50 2020

I redid Gautam's measurements to get a baseline before changing the head, and my results are very different: To me it looks like the WFS2 quadrants are all OK.

 

Measurement Details:

  1. The whole AG4395 + breadboard Jenne laser is wheeled over next to the SW side of the AP table.
  2. The output of the 1611 goes into channel R of the 4395
  3. I disconnected all the LEMO cables from the head and then plugged a LEMO-BNC cable into the plugs one at a time. The existing LEMO connectors, which take the signals back to the demode board, were all a little loose, so I adjusted them with some pliers (see video).
  4. The Atten = 0 dB for all AG4395 channels
  5. Source drive = 0 dBm. Checked with a -10 dBm drive that there was no change in the observed TFs, so I guess a 0 dBm drive doesn't make things nonlinear.
  6. When I first turned the setup on, the Yellow 'limit' light was ON on the ILX laser current driver, so maybe the modulation wasn't getting to the laser diode as we wish.
  7. did not change any WFS MEDM settings for these measurements. Not sure if any of those buttons work anyway.

I've left the setup as is in case either me or Gautam want to double check. If we're agreed on this response, I'll remove the notches and disable the RF attenuators.

Sun Jul 5 21:42:45 2020

Attachment 1: WFS_attenOff.pdf
WFS_attenOff.pdf
  15451   Sun Jul 5 18:39:57 2020 ranaUpdateComputersrossa: printer

I did

sudo usermod -a -G lpadmin controlscheeky

and then was able to add Grazia to the list of printers for Rossa by following the instructions on the 40m Wiki. yes


I installed color syntax highlighting on Rossa using the internet (https://superuser.com/questions/71588/how-to-syntax-highlight-via-less). Now if you do 'less genius_code.py', it will be highlighting the python syntax.


when I try 'sitemap' on rossa I get:

medm: error while loading shared libraries: libreadline.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
 

ELOG V3.1.3-