Difference between revisions of "Dell E6400 10"

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==Location==
 
==Location==
 
Currently in laptop storage in CNC area.
 
Currently in laptop storage in CNC area.
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==Use==
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This laptop is (as of Dec 6, 2016) in the process of being setup as a development laptop for infrastructure needs of the space. It will have a full and (hopefully) working build enviornment for working on ps1auth, the rfid code, the wiki and as time goes on any other unix-friendly software that the space depends on. 
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In time it should also be setup so as to be able to complelely redeploy any necessary networking configuration for the routers, the server rack, etc.  It should *not* however function as a place to simply dump user data for the space, and to that end a policy governing that should be written up and submitted to the board and membership as a whole.

Revision as of 07:26, 6 December 2016


Dell E6400 10
Owner/Loaner PS:One
Serial Number 3XXBTL1
Make/Model Dell E6400
Arrival Date 11/2016
Usability yes
Contact Google Groups
Where Laptop Storage
Authorization Needed no
Hackable no
Estimated Value $65
Host Area IT Equipment


Dell E6400 10 Area: IT Equipment https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Dell_E6400_10



Other Components

Each computer comes with a battery, docking station, and charger that all will be numbered and matched to each computer

Computer Stats

Dell E6400

  • Intel Core 2 Duo T9600 with VT, 2.80GHz, 106 6MHz 6M L2 Cache, Dual Core
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Operating System: Vista
  • Dell System configuration

Location

Currently in laptop storage in CNC area.



Use

This laptop is (as of Dec 6, 2016) in the process of being setup as a development laptop for infrastructure needs of the space. It will have a full and (hopefully) working build enviornment for working on ps1auth, the rfid code, the wiki and as time goes on any other unix-friendly software that the space depends on.

In time it should also be setup so as to be able to complelely redeploy any necessary networking configuration for the routers, the server rack, etc. It should *not* however function as a place to simply dump user data for the space, and to that end a policy governing that should be written up and submitted to the board and membership as a whole.