udas_camera_mimic [-display <d>] [-geometry <g>] <camera> &where camera is the formal name of the camera (e.g. EEV13, WFC); case is significant in formal names. The display-name d is the name of the X-server on which to display the mimic (e.g. lpss13:0.1). The geometry string g is in the standard format for X11 windows (e.g. -0-0 to park the window at the bottom-right-hand corner of the display).
udas_camera_mimic -display taurus:0.0 -geometry +0-0 WHTWFC
You may run any reasonable number of mimics from one camera. "Reasonable" is determined by cumulative load on the camera server-programme and on the DRAMA message net: two mimics are fine, three or four are possible. Ten mimics on one camera are silly and 20+ are likely to damage the system.
Udas_camera_mimic should be run on the system computer. It can
run on the DAS computer (if told of a suitable X-server), but that usage
wastes CPU cycles in the DAS that are better used for taking data.