Bioperl: hardware for bio.perl.org
Steven E. Brenner
Thu, 23 Jul 1998 14:55:30 -0700
Just a follow-up on bio.perl.org:
I wrote to firstname.lastname@example.org, and after not receiving a response, I sent
a message to the personal email address of the executive secretary of TPI.
I have not received a response from him either...
On Thu, 23 Jul 1998 email@example.com wrote:
> Grabbed some surplus hardware from a storeroom at work today.
> It's a DEC 486-DX2 50mhz machine with 32MB RAM and a 1.2GB drive
> once I get a CD drive and confirm the network card works I'll do
> a minimal install of Linux, Apache and perl and stick it on
> my home network as bioperl.sonsorol.org.
> I'm planning to stay an extra day in Hinxton after the OiB
> meeting. Depending on Ewan's schedule we may be able to get
> a CVS code repository up and running for some of our common
> By the time I get permission to move the computer onto
> the corporate internet connection (outside our firewall) we
> should have all of our naming issues resolved regarding
> bio.perl.org or possibly having to register bioperl.org
> on our own.
> If anyone has a unused pentium sitting around that they
> would like to donate then please let me know :)
> Also- if anyone on this list has experience with installing
> or using CVS (across the internet) for distributed perl
> software development then please speak up!
> Chris Dagdigian
> Genetics Institute
> Cambridge, MA USA
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