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The Intel-based Mac Minis were acquired in 2006. Also known as the iFruits, they are located on a rolling cart. There was an effort to turn these into a Debian cluster, which failed due to software and hardware difficulties. These computers are now being transitioned into being VM servers for lab services.
 
The Intel-based Mac Minis were acquired in 2006. Also known as the iFruits, they are located on a rolling cart. There was an effort to turn these into a Debian cluster, which failed due to software and hardware difficulties. These computers are now being transitioned into being VM servers for lab services.
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The Intel-based Mac Minis were acquired in 2006. Also known as the iFruits, they are located on a rolling cart. There was an effort to turn these into a Debian cluster, which failed due to software and hardware difficulties. These computers are now being transitioned into being VM servers for lab services.