EM1 Setup/Update Instructions:

To update your existing test stand with the Ghost image CDs that you have received follow these steps, otherwise skip to "Setting up EM1 machines the first time they are powered up":

1. *SAVE* all your work. This update will completely erase the hard drive and install a complete image. Also make sure you make note of the configuration changes you have made to your network setup.
2. Insert the first image CD in your CD-ROM drive and if you have any, remove the floppy disk from your floppy drive.
3. From the "Start Menu", choose "Shutdown" and then choose "Restart".
4. At the first screen enter the serial number provided on the CD or the CD jewel case.
5. Follow the instructions for the subsequent screens.
6. When the "Clone Complete" dialog box appears, remove the last image CD from the drive and click "Reset Computer" to reboot your system..
7. Follow the instructions below.


Setting up EM1 machines the first time they are powered up:

The first screen will be "License Agreement":
Click the "I accept this agreement" radio button.
Click the "Next" button.

The second screen is "Regional Settings":
Make your customizations as necessary.
Click the "Next" button.

The third screen is "Personalize Your Software":
Enter "SLAC" for "Name"
Enter "Stanford Linear Accelerator Center" for "Organization"
Click the "Next" button.

The fourth screen is "Your Product Key":
Enter the CD-Key from the label attached to the top of the chassis of the computer.
Click the "Next" button.

The fifth screen is "Computer Name and Administrator Password":
Enter "GITOW" for computer name.
Enter "glast" for "Administrator password" and "Confirm password".
Click the "Next" button.

The sixth screen is "Date and Time Settings":
Make your changes as necessary.
Click the "Next" button.

The seventh screen is "Networking Settings":
The system is pre-installed with the IP address of
If your setup is going to be different, choose "Custom Settings" and enter the required parameters.
Otherwise choose "Typical Settings"
Click the "Next" button.

The eighth screen is ""Workgroup or Computer Domain":
Normally your test stand will function in its own internal network with the VME.
If this is the case choose the first option "No"
Otherwise choose "Yes" to enter the domain.
Note that you'll need a domain administrator to have the computer join the specified domain.
Click the "Next" button.

At the last screen click the "Finish" button to reboot the computer.

After the system boots the "Network Identification Wizard" will launch:
Click the "Next" button.
In the "Users of this computer" screen choose whether you'd like to enter the user id every time or have the system enter it for you during startup.
For security reasons we recommend that you choose the first option.
Click the "Next" button.
At the final screen click "Finish" to exit the "Network Identification Wizard".

After you enter your user id and password the system should come up and be ready for use.

Other instructions:
Use COM Port 2 to connect the teststand PC to the VME.

In order to upgrade your SBC to P00-00-04 at the VxWorks prompt enter "< newFlash"
Reboot the SBC (e.g., type "reboot" without the quotes at the VxWorks prompt) and verify that P00-00-04 appears in the startup message.

Find from your network administrator a machine that serves port 37. You can verify that it does by telneting to it from a PC DOS prompt with
"telnet <timeHost> 37" and seeing whether you get some gibberish back instead of an "access denied" type message.
Modify C:\VxWorks\setTime with the time server's IP and routing information.
Do "< setTime" at the VxWorks prompt. Reboot the board and verify that the startup messages contain the correct time.

Please contact Selim Tuvi at stuvi@slac.stanford.edu if there are any problems with the above instructions.