[Beowulf] Wired article about Go machine

Tony Travis a.travis at abdn.ac.uk
Thu Mar 26 12:18:22 EDT 2009


Tim Cutts wrote:
> [...]
> I don't know about hospital software, but it's certainly the case for
> some DNA sequencer instruments.  Our ABI 3700 capillary sequencers
> have Windows machines attached for the data collection.  ABI
> explicitly forbid us from either patching Windows, or from installing
> antivirus software.  Doing so would drop us off support.

Hello, Tim.

You were lucky ;-)

ABI told us that we should NOT TOUCH the keyboard of our old Mac-based 
DNA sequencer during a run because it might cause the system to crash!

Bye,

	Tony.
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