The Martin Marietta SM-68A/HGM-25A Titan I was the United States' first multistage intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), in use from 1959 until 1962. Though the SM-68A was operational for only three years, it spawned numerous follow-on models that were a part of the US arsenal and space launch capability. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HGM-25A_Titan_I
UCC machine history
Titan was donated to UCC in 2019 by [MSH]. It was given to the club complete with 5v power supply, fancy heatsink/case with fans, and SD card.
Hi all, I've left a raspberry pi 4 with 5v supply/heatsink-case/sd card for UCC in the machineroom. It would make sense as a non-x86 user shell machine, not sure what distro, and could mount either /home or /away. Maybe it would even work as a Linux desktop? Whoever wants to set it up gets to decide those details! Cheers, Matt
[MPT] decided to set it up using the stock Raspbian Lite image. He configured a user server in the machine room network, mounting /home. [NTU] also helped out with the setup.
Current machine tasks
Alternate, ARM-based user server. Runs Dispense and mounts /home, /away and /services. Currently awaiting users to serve.
Current software configuration
Debian Buster (Raspbian Lite flavour), configured as per the StandardOperatingEnvironment.
Current hardware configuration
4GiB Raspberry Pi 4, with 1.5GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A72 CPU.
Future plans for the machine
- Install stuff people want
- Better mounting hardware for the rack
- Some friends?
[MSH] for the donation.
[MPT] and [NTU] for doing the initial setup work.
Wheel members past and present for contributing to UCC's documentation and making software setup a breeze.