Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Processing/problemsHS


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Timestamp:
Sep 19, 2014 2:45:35 PM (5 years ago)
Author:
dap
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Added information about the "There appears to be a non-numeric value in a specim time stamp SPTSMP message in the raw .nav file." error

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    2525To do this in the config file set: {{{use_nav=false}}} in the section for the affected flight line.
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     27'''"There appears to be a non-numeric value in a specim time stamp SPTSMP message in the raw .nav file."'''
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     29The raw nav files, located in <project directory>/hyperspectral/fenix/*.nav, contain SPTSMP sentences (the ones that begin with "$SPTSMP"), which are timestamp records. Sometimes these sentences will contain non-numeric values, such as "$SPTSMP,207,4094+,1*38". Notice that the third record in this line contains a '+' character at the end of the number. This is what the error message refers to. To correct this, follow these steps:
     301. Login as arsf and locate the erroneous file.
     311. Change the permissions on the erroneous file using {{{chmod u+w <erroneous filename>}}} so that it can be edited.
     321. Locate the value with the spurious character and remove it. Note that this will '''always''' be in the second/third number(s) ('''non-numeric values in the first and last records of the sentence are fine''').
     331. Save the file.
     341. Revert the permissions to what they were before. If you used the command above, {{{chmod u-w <erroneous filename>}}} will do this.
     351. Make a note in the ticket saying what you did.
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    2737== az ==