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An outline of computing and data acquisition support at JRM & KSU.

As evidenced by the existence of this Web document, computing is of ever-growing importance to our scientific community. There are three families of computers available to users of the James R. Macdonald Laboratory:

Users new to the system should consult the New User's Guide for helpful hints and important information.

All of these machine families are extensively networked together to provide easy transfer of data and maintain maximum user productivity and happiness. A campus-wide wireless network is available, as is a dedicated wireless network with the JRM lab.

In the event of user unhappiness with Linux systems, contact Kevin Carnes; for JRM Lab PC support, contact Vince Needham; and finally, for general support or for Unix/Linux problems, contact the Physics Computer Support Center (PCSC).

Last updated on Wednesday, 25-Mar-2015