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export ROOTSYS=/cern/root export PATH=$PATH:$ROOTSYS/bin export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$ROOTSYS/libwill do it.
cd v1.0 make -f Makefile.Usb2 clean make -f Makefile.Usb2 cd FADC25 make -f Makefile.FADC25 clean make -f Makefile.FADC25If all shared objects are made successfully, you are ready to go.
Caveat: USB draws 5 V to the device, max 500 mW to the board. If the device requires more than that, the external power is required. And that is the case for this board as well for the real running. The dip switch on the board has to be removed and the external 5 V has to be supplied to two pins located top-left coner (labeled). We found that the external power supply and the PC that has the connection to the ADC board MUST have the external ground to the 110/220 AC. We once neglected this and let one side of the ground floated (bad power cable, bad practice) resulting in non-detectability of the USB device to the host computer :-(.