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From: "Cartee, Greg" <Greg.Cartee@dynetics.com>
Subject: XMM-Newton SAS Platform Support
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Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2006 15:33:59 -0500
From: "Cartee, Greg" <Greg.Cartee@dynetics.com>
Subject: XMM-Newton SAS Platform Support
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I want to download XMM-Newton SAS.  The machine/platform I want to use
is an SGI with a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS.  I did not see an SGI
machine option on the download page.  Will XMM-Newton SAS run properly
on an SGI machine?  Thanks for your time.

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Greg

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Greg Cartee
Engineer, Signature Development Branch
Dynetics, Inc.
256.964.4586  (office)
256.683.0046  (mobile)

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From: Maria Diaz Trigo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: Greg.Cartee@dynetics.com
Subject: Re: XMM-Newton SAS Platform Support (PR#22965)
Date: Wed Aug 23 08:57:55 2006
Dear Greg,

with SGI do you mean a Silicon Graphics machine with IRIX?
If yes, then we don't support it. SAS may run in the Silicon Graphics machine,
but it has not been tested by the SAS developers. Please let us know if by SGI
you mean another machine.

Best regards,

Maria Diaz Trigo
XMM-Newton Users Support Group

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> is an SGI with a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS.  I did not see an SGI
> machine option on the download page.  Will XMM-Newton SAS run properly
> on an SGI machine?  Thanks for your time.
> 
> =20
> 
> Greg
> 
> =20
> 
> =20
> 
> Greg Cartee
> Engineer, Signature Development Branch
> Dynetics, Inc.
> 256.964.4586  (office)
> 256.683.0046  (mobile)
> 
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> machine/platform
> I want to use is an SGI with a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS.  I =
> did not
> see an SGI machine option on the download page.  Will XMM-Newton =
> SAS run
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Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 10:45:15 -0500
From: "Cartee, Greg" <Greg.Cartee@dynetics.com>
Subject: RE: XMM-Newton SAS Platform Support (PR#22965)
To: Maria Diaz Trigo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Maria:

Yes I mean SGI as in a Silicon Graphics machine; however, this machine
is does not have an IRIX OS.  It has a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS and
an Intel IA-64 processor.

Greg

 
Greg Cartee
Engineer, Signature Development Branch
Dynetics, Inc.
256.964.4586  (office)
256.683.0046  (mobile)
256.922.9260  (fax)
 
 
 
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Maria Diaz Trigo [mailto:xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int] 
Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 3:58 AM
To: Cartee, Greg
Subject: Re: XMM-Newton SAS Platform Support (PR#22965)

Dear Greg,

with SGI do you mean a Silicon Graphics machine with IRIX?
If yes, then we don't support it. SAS may run in the Silicon Graphics
machine,
but it has not been tested by the SAS developers. Please let us know if
by SGI
you mean another machine.

Best regards,

Maria Diaz Trigo
XMM-Newton Users Support Group

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> I want to download XMM-Newton SAS.  The machine/platform I want to use
> is an SGI with a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS.  I did not see an SGI
> machine option on the download page.  Will XMM-Newton SAS run properly
> on an SGI machine?  Thanks for your time.
> 
> =20
> 
> Greg
> 
> =20
> 
> =20
> 
> Greg Cartee
> Engineer, Signature Development Branch
> Dynetics, Inc.
> 256.964.4586  (office)
> 256.683.0046  (mobile)
> 
> 256.922.9260  (fax)
> 
> =20
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> machine/platform
> I want to use is an SGI with a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS.  I =
> did not
> see an SGI machine option on the download page.  Will XMM-Newton =
> SAS run
> properly on an SGI machine?  Thanks for your =
> time.</span></font></p>
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From: Maria Diaz Trigo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: Greg.Cartee@dynetics.com
Subject: Re: XMM-Newton SAS Platform Support (PR#22965)
Date: Thu Aug 24 14:33:16 2006
Dear Greg,

you can run SAS in your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS, but be aware that SAS has
been built in processors with 32 bits. None of the SAS binaries has been
compiled for a 64 bits processor. 

Best regards,

Maria Diaz Trigo
XMM-Newton Users Support Group

> Maria:
> 
> Yes I mean SGI as in a Silicon Graphics machine; however, this machine
> is does not have an IRIX OS.  It has a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS and
> an Intel IA-64 processor.
> 
> Greg
> 
>  
> Greg Cartee
> Engineer, Signature Development Branch
> Dynetics, Inc.
> 256.964.4586  (office)
> 256.683.0046  (mobile)
> 256.922.9260  (fax)
>  
>  
>  
>  
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Maria Diaz Trigo [mailto:xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int] 
> Sent: Wednesday, August 23, 2006 3:58 AM
> To: Cartee, Greg
> Subject: Re: XMM-Newton SAS Platform Support (PR#22965)
> 
> Dear Greg,
> 
> with SGI do you mean a Silicon Graphics machine with IRIX?
> If yes, then we don't support it. SAS may run in the Silicon Graphics
> machine,
> but it has not been tested by the SAS developers. Please let us know if
> by SGI
> you mean another machine.
> 
> Best regards,
> 
> Maria Diaz Trigo
> XMM-Newton Users Support Group
> 
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>> is an SGI with a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS.  I did not see an SGI
>> machine option on the download page.  Will XMM-Newton SAS run properly
>> on an SGI machine?  Thanks for your time.
>> 
>> =20
>> 
>> Greg
>> 
>> =20
>> 
>> =20
>> 
>> Greg Cartee
>> Engineer, Signature Development Branch
>> Dynetics, Inc.
>> 256.964.4586  (office)
>> 256.683.0046  (mobile)
>> 
>> 256.922.9260  (fax)
>> 
>> =20
>> 
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>> I want to use is an SGI with a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 OS.  I =
>> did not
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>> SAS run
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>> time.</span></font></p>
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