Joe Taylor wrote:

The other option that I'm beginning to think very attractive is running both Linrad and MAP65 in a single machine. TIMF2 data could go from Linrad to MAP65 over the loopback (lo) interface -- or by way of shared memory, or ???


 Joe,

have you ever considered the possibility to use VmWare ? With it, you can start two instances of Linux on the same PC, one running Linrad, the other MAP65, and the two can talk each other via virtualized Ethernet ports. You won't have to change anything either in Linrad or in MAP65. Of course, a Pentium II with 128 MB of RAM will not be enough for that...but with the falling prices of very powerful PCs found today, that should not be a problem.

VmWare Player is free for personal use. Look here :
http://www.vmware.com/products/player/

73  Alberto  I2PHD


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