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Indiana State University
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About the Servers

The Department of Life Sciences at Indiana State University has developed the Center for Biological Computing to support Teaching, Research, and Service missions of the Department of Life Sciences. Currently, seven LINUX-based servers are in operation. Two servers are dual boot (LINUX and Windows 95). Primary use of the servers is support of Life Science Department faculty, staff and students. Other faculty, staff, and students are permitted courtesy accounts on the servers at the discretion of the Life Science Department. Due to limited budget and staff, use by persons outside the Life Science Department is restricted to activities which do not interfer with the operation, functionality and use of the servers by the Department. All use of the servers should conform with University rules, regulations and guidelines related to the use of computing facilities in furthering the teaching, research and service mission of Indiana State University.

MAMA.indstate.edu

  • Operating System -- LINUX
  • Dual Pentium II 300 mhz motherboard
  • 256 megs RAM + 64 megs of disk swap
  • 16 Gigs Harddrive space
  • 4 - 12X speed CD-ROMS
  • 8 - 28.8K bps V.34 modems
  • 8 - 33K bps modems

PAPA.indstate.edu

  • Operating System -- LINUX
  • Dual Pentium 200 mhz motherboard
  • 128 megs RAM + 16 megs of disk swap
  • 6 Gigs Harddrive space

BABY.indstate.edu

  • Operating System -- LINUX
  • Pentium II 266 mhz motherboard
  • 64 megs RAM + 32 megs of disk swap
  • 4 Gigs Harddrive space

PHYSIOL.indstate.edu

  • Operating System -- LINUX
  • Pentium II 266 mhz motherboard
  • 64 megs RAM + 32 megs of disk swap
  • 2 Gigs Harddrive space
  • 1 - Double speed CD-ROM
  • 2 - Quad speed CD-ROMs
  • 1 - 2400 bps modem

SPOT.indstate.edu

  • Operating System -- LINUX
  • Pentium II 266 mhz motherboard
  • 64 megs RAM + 32 megs of disk swap
  • 12 Gigs Harddrive space

CDWRITE.indstate.edu

  • Operating System -- LINUX / Win95 dual boot
  • Pentium 133 mhz motherboard
  • 16 megs RAM + 32 megs of disk swap
  • 2.1 Gigs Harddrive space
  • 1 - Double Speed CD-ROM writer

ROVER.indstate.edu

  • Operating System -- LINUX / Win95 dual boot
  • 5x86 133 mhz motherboard
  • 16 megs RAM + 32 megs of disk swap
  • 1 Gig Harddrive space
  • 1 - Double speed CD-ROM

Last Updated: 20-Feb-97
1997 Center for
Biological Computing
root@biology.indstate.edu