gLUE stands for GNSS Laboratory under Ubuntu Enviroment. It is a Bootable USB stick with a full environment ready to use based on LINUX (Ubuntu) OS.
Please follow next steps to generate gLUE into an USB stick (2 GB size or more is recomended):
2. Download the gLUE ISO (Note it is a 1GB file) ready to to the Tutorial:
GNSS Data Processing Exercise Tutorial: Download the ISO here.
Analysis of propagation effects from GNSS observables based on laboratory exercises Tutorial: Download the ISO here.
3. Plug the USB to your computer.
Note: If you cannot see your downloades iso, copy it /tmp or somewhere else not automatically detected by usb-creator.
7. When the option "Stored in reserved extra space" becomes active, assign aproximately 600 MB for the user to have space to store data.
8. Click button "Make Startup Disk".