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Took Clock out
This runs an [[w:Real Time Messaging Protocol|RTMP]] server, providing streaming video to clients from the [[Computing:Stream Encode Server|stream encoder]]; and also [[hist:Clock|ClockTarantula]].
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=== [[hist:Clock|ClockTarantula]] ===[[File:Clock 2009.png|thumb|right|The clock face from 2009 onwards.]]Lives Tarantula is running in <code>/opt/clock</code> and unsurprisingly runs either a clock. Process is <code>/opt/clock/build/YSTVClock</code>root screen session, run by <code>clockuser</code>. Should be launched by the X server automatically - a simple <code>startx</code> command should bring it up. If in doubt, reboot. Occasionally the X configuration falls overor with an init script, and needs rewriting. Some information on its workings on Fedora and how it plays with the X server to output widescreen TV resolutions to the vision path is [ here]. === [[Hedco]] netmux ===The old netmux is currently connected via RS232 for [[Tarantula]] testing. There's a build of gcc-4.7.2 lives in <code>/opt</code> as until March 2013 strm1 only had 4.4.5 (3 years out of date), which doesn't support C++11. Tarantula
=== [[Webcams]] ===
== Common Problems ==
* Runs out of memory after about 150 clients and crashes and kicks all clients out.* Kernel panics occasionallyNothing currently known (Tarantula is buggy, usually during big events when we ''really'' don't want it but not related to. Currently running a debug kernel, so if it does it again we can read the logs and find out why.server)
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