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   * Check the PAVO ENG GUI to see if the PAVO zaber stages lost position. If so, prior to the next run, follow instructions in the {{:chara:files:pavo_user.pdf|pavo manual}}  for homing the zaber stages. See special notes for homing the lenslet stage - after aligning, check to make sure you can see light in the camera in both the lenslet and image plane (the homing of the lenslet is not precise so the position might need to be fine tuned).   * Check the PAVO ENG GUI to see if the PAVO zaber stages lost position. If so, prior to the next run, follow instructions in the {{:chara:files:pavo_user.pdf|pavo manual}}  for homing the zaber stages. See special notes for homing the lenslet stage - after aligning, check to make sure you can see light in the camera in both the lenslet and image plane (the homing of the lenslet is not precise so the position might need to be fine tuned).
   * Restart network connection on spica-console:   * Restart network connection on spica-console:
-      * The Intel I219 network interface is not natively supported by Linux (something about shipping with an invalid checksum which Windows drivers ignore, but Linux takes to heart).  Nils downloaded the driver source code which ignores the checksum problem and placed it at /root/e1000e.x.x.x.x (I don't remember the version).+      * The Intel I219 network interface is not natively supported by Linux (something about shipping with an invalid checksum which Windows drivers ignore, but Linux takes to heart). Nils downloaded the driver source code which ignores the checksum problem and placed it at /root/e1000e.x.x.x.x (where x.x.x.x is the version).
       * You should be able to access it with the following command sequence (the observe account should have sudo access):       * You should be able to access it with the following command sequence (the observe account should have sudo access):
       * To find out the version: \\ sudo ls /root       * To find out the version: \\ sudo ls /root
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