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The notochord is a command line interface program, in order to run it a user should have access to a terminal on the SBC. An ssh client might provide a convenient way to do it, but
 
The notochord is a command line interface program, in order to run it a user should have access to a terminal on the SBC. An ssh client might provide a convenient way to do it, but
 
opening an ssh session each time you want to perform a capture might not be the more portable and user friendly technique.  
 
opening an ssh session each time you want to perform a capture might not be the more portable and user friendly technique.  

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The notochord is a command line interface program, in order to run it a user should have access to a terminal on the SBC. An ssh client might provide a convenient way to do it, but opening an ssh session each time you want to perform a capture might not be the more portable and user friendly technique. As an alternative everytime the Chordata’s SBC finishes booting, launches a service that provides an HTTP and Websocket interface through which a user can perform the common operations that a capture requires. We call it the notochord control server

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