For those who expressed an interest in participating in the network test this weekend:
After downloading the two tiles from SF, untar them in /usr/local/src/ and that will create two directories as ATC-0.1 and TNL-1.4.
Note: For now, you will have to install the TNL headers files by hand: the following script should work
cd /usr/include mkdir tnl cd tnl mkdir encrypt mkdir master cd /usr/local/src/TNL-0.1/src/encrypt cp *.h /usr/include/tnl/encrypt/ cd ../master cp *.h /usr/include/tnl/master cd ../tnl cp *.h /usr/include/tnl/
## end of script
Build the TNL libraries first which should produce three static libraries (libtnl.a, libencrypt.a and libatcmaster.a) which will be installed in /usr/local/lib/
Next build the libraries, the configure.in file conatains a lot of cruft used for plib/SimGear. We might wind up using some of that but for now Boris is working on a simpler version. If plib and Simgear is on your system you can use the *big* version.
Next go to the ATC directory /usr/local/src/ATC-0.1 and build and install. Again, depending on your system configurations you can try
aclocal automake autoconf ./configure make make install
This will produce three binary applications ( master, controller, node ) located in /usr/local/bin.
To run as a master simply type master at the commad prompt after checking that there is a small "master.cfg" file located in the same directory as the binary.
To run as a controller or pilot you can enter the following commad
> controller IP_ADDRESS_MASTER:PORT or > pilot IP_ADDRESS_MASTER:PORT
The address(s) fo the master nodes will be posted on the OpenATC site http://openatc.sourceforge.net/test/
Again, don't expect anything dramatic or earth-moving, but hope you can join use
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