[ RadSafe ] Backwards compatibility for radiological software run on n...

JPreisig at aol.com JPreisig at aol.com
Fri Oct 17 11:53:32 CDT 2014

Radsafe/Mr. Bugg:
     No CD's???  Ouch.  Nowadays you can use  internet explorer, or 
whatever, connect with the software vendor, and download  the software online.  In 
Very Long Baseline Interferometry (i.e. Radio  Astronomy) some analysis 
codes (called CALC and SOLVE) have source code the size  of a telephone book.  
Might take a while to download.  RSICC/ORNL has  many radiation computer 
codes.  Take Care.
    Joe Preisig
In a message dated 10/17/2014 9:03:09 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
cfrbug at gmail.com writes:

"  Perhaps you can put this bootdisk stuff onto a CD  disk."   

That should be possible, but CD and DVD drives are going away, too.  Some
computers allow you to set up a boot from USB in the  BIOS.

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Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Backwards  compatability for radiological software
run on  newe...


How cool is this email  post, and hiding out in the  world of DOS.  
Perhaps you can put  this bootdisk stuff onto a CD  disk.

Bruce   Bugg
cfrbug at gmail.com
(404)507-2237  [(404)507-2CFR]

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