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The Access Grid node at University of Kentucky was among the first Access Grid nodes to come into being. The node at UKY came into being in the summer of 1999. It was built from four Pentium III Xeon based dual processor Dell Computers. Two of these (the audio and video capture machines) run on RedHat Linux 6.1, one on Windows NT (the display machine) and the fourth machine on Windows XP.

The Access Grid node at The University of Kentucky is located at 327 McVey Hall, Centre for Computational Sciences Building.

The current configuration of our Access Grid Node is :

  • Display and Controller each run on Windows XP Professional in a Dell 1750 Poweredge server.
  • Video runs on Fedora Core 2 in a Pentium 4 Dell system.
  • Audio runs on Windows XP Professional in a Pentium 4 Dell system.


We have have one more 'portable' node. More information on the portable node will be placed soon.

AccessGrid Website: http://www.accessgrid.org/