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____/ Kari Laine on Saturday 23 Jul 2011 21:05 : \____
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> On 07/21/2011 03:57 PM, Gary Stewart wrote:
>> On Thu, 21 Jul 2011 10:47:46 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>>> U Pittsburgh Ups Research Capacity with Linux Cluster Named Frank
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>>> | The University of Pittsburgh has expanded its high
>>> | performance computing resources used by researchers across
>>> | campus. The Pennsylvania institution's Center for Simulation
>>> | and Modeling (SAM) has added a heterogeneous Linux cluster
>>> | designed and built by Penguin Computing.
>> Probably buried in some dusty closet that nobody even knows exists.
> Problem with reliable systems are that they seem to be forgotten. A tale
> goes round that a Novell NetWare server was once buried behind a wall
> and stayed that way ears. Then when they would have needed to work with
> it their only glue to where it is was a ethernet cable going into wall
> -- oops!
> Linux systems are not like Windows where you must have a monitor and a
> mouse to use the suberb GUI you have to use by sitting in front of it,
> in other words having a physical contact with it. With Linux you can
> remotely administer it from the comfort of your desk.
> Windows is not really a server grade product - it is a game console
> gotten out of hand :-)
They have worked on some shell capabilities, but is it yet
possible to remotely log into a Windows server headless?
~~ Best of wishes
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