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GCLOG is a lightweight daemon running in the background and constantly reporting your Geiger counter readings to various radiation monitoring websites. With a small footprint and minimal dependencies it is aimed to run on Linux embedded computers. http://www.gclog.de/
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___ Geiger Counter LOGger \_/ Version 0.2.4 .--,O.--, \/ \/ Copyright (C) 2014-18 Steffen Lange, email@example.com This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. See the file COPYING for details. GCLOG is a lightweight daemon running in the background and constantly reporting your Geiger counter readings to various radiation monitoring websites. With a small footprint and minimal dependencies it is aimed to run on Linux embedded computers, like Raspberry Pi or TP-Link WR703N. Supported Geiger counter devices: - GQ Electronics GMC-280, GMC-300, GMC-300E, GMC-300E Plus, GMC-320 and GMC-320 Plus http://www.gqelectronicsllc.com/comersus/store/LeftStart.asp?idCategory=50 - DIY Geiger Kit GK-B5 and GK-Plus https://sites.google.com/site/diygeigercounter/ - RH Electronics MyGeiger, MyGeiger 2, Universal SMT Kit and Arduino IDE Kit http://www.rhelectronics.net/store/diy-geiger-counter-kit.html - NET-IO Devices GC08 and GC10 http://www.netiodev.com/ - Arduino Geiger PCB http://arduino-geiger-pcb.blogspot.de/ Supported radiation monitoring websites: - GMCMAP.com - radmon.org - Safecast.org - NETC.com Please read the terms of service before using these websites. Installation ------------ 1. Download, untar and make 2. Copy daemon executable to /usr/local/bin/gclog and configuration file to /etc/gclog.conf 3. Modify configuration to your needs 4. Start GCLOG: gclog -d -c /etc/gclog.conf 5. Monitor syslog 6. Stop GCLOG: killall gclog