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This package provides the software required to operate a random event generator and return data to the project. Unless you are registered with the GCP and have received event generator hardware, this package will be useless to you. If you have no idea what this means, don't bother installing this package!
More GCP information is available at http://global-mind.org
GCP (EGG) Software README Setting up to host an egg for the Global Consciousness Project The experiment produces data and stores them on your local disk as well as shipping the data to the central server. You will want to create a separate directory for the egg material. If you have a computer sent from the GCP, the directory will be /home/egg. The software will create within that more»
The upstream source assumes you will use a traditional hard-wired serial port, but those are getting rare. Rather than refactor the code, I've just made the Debian package always open the device /dev/REG. All you need to do is symlink this to whatever your actual serial port is with something like: cd /dev ln -s ttyUSB0 REG The 'port' field in the REG line of the eggrc file will be ignored, more»
GCPEGG(1) GCPEGG(1) NAME gcpegg - Global Consciousness Project REG Software SYNOPSIS gcpbasket eggsh regtest DESCRIPTION These programs are the pieces needed to host a REG for the Global Consciousness Project. The sourcecode ships with essentially no documentation, this manual page has b more»
gcpegg (5.1-13) unstable; urgency=low * merge 64-bit fixes from Fernando Lucas Rodriguez <fernand more»
This package was debianized by Bdale Garbee email@example.com on Wed, 28 Apr 1999 20:43:12 -0600. It wa more»