After downloading the tarball and unpacking it in a directory, change to
demo/basic subdirectory and run
make. Once it
compiles everything, run the
demo script in that directory.
During compilation, a message might come up saying that
linuxkbd could not be compiled. This is merely a warning; the
demo can run without it. Just press Enter to continue - an alternate
keyboard interface will be used.
Once the demo is running, you'll see a star moving across the middle of
the screen. The direction can be changed using L and
R (which may act as toggle buttons, if
linuxkbd didn't compile). To exit, hit Q.
If you have trouble starting up the MatPLC, try running
just in case there's a half-started MatPLC around. The
-s option stands for
"shutdown", and makes sure the slate is clean. Then try running the
demo script again.
Other than that, please ask on the mailing list, giving as much information as you can about how far you got and what failed.
makeand then the
demoscript in that directory.
To see the demo in action, first set the machine to automatic and start it, then set the setpoints according the table below, or something similar to that:
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