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Starting rush

Starting rush is easy, as long as your .rcrc file is correctly configured. This better be the case...2.1

$ rush

rush> rinit

The rinit command checks if rotsed is running, and if so, connects to the shared memory segment. You must run rinit to get control of the telescope. If rotsed is not running you will get the following error:

rush> rinit

Using observatory file: /rotse/run/etc/observatory.conf

error: could not open /rotse/run/cfg/rotsed.cfg,

No such file or directory

      No rotse control functions will be available

rush> exit

On the other hand, if you get a message like the following, you're good to go.

Need the proper response when we have a working system

Rotse Pager 2003-05-20