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The system image for the lab computers installs a dual-boot configuration with Windows
The system image for the lab computers installs a dual-boot configuration with Windows and Ubuntu (Linux). Users can choose which operating system to start when booting the PC. The storage drive is partitioned into system drives and data drives. As mentioned above, the system drives will be wiped during a system image update. The data drives can be used to write data from your experiment to, but are not meant as long-term storage.
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|Developer(s)||Technical Support Group|
|Installed version||Latest / See Changelog|
|Operating system||Windows 7, Ubuntu|
Our Lab Computers are installed with a System Image to unify software and driver versions and configuration in all BSI and DCC labs. This allows researchers to easily transfer their experiments from one lab to the other in case of booking constraints, or conduct research in multiple labs simultaneously with identical settings.
The TSG will periodically update this image to improve performance and security.
During the update, the Windows (C:\) and Linux system drives will be wiped, as may the Data (E:\) drive. Therefore, please make sure to transfer your data from the Data drive to your network drive every time you leave the lab.
The system image for the lab computers installs a dual-boot configuration with Windows 10 and Ubuntu (Linux). Users can choose which operating system to start when booting the PC. The storage drive is partitioned into system drives and data drives. As mentioned above, the system drives will be wiped during a system image update. The data drives can be used to write data from your experiment to, but are not meant as long-term storage.
Below is a list of the most frequently used applications that are installed as part of the system image. This list is incomplete. Please contact our Administrator if you want to know if a certain program or additional version is installed, or check the changelog.
|Product Name||Publisher||Installed Version||License Type||Dongle Req.||Windows||Linux|
|Presentation||Neurobehavioral Systems||20.3||Academic||Yes [fn 1]||Yes||No|
|Psychopy||Nottingham University||2020.2.10 + 2020.1.0||GNU GPL||No||Yes||Yes|
|Inquisit 3||Millisecond Software||220.127.116.11 Desktop||Academic||No||Yes||No|
|Inquisit 4||Millisecond Software||18.104.22.168 Desktop||Academic||No||Yes||No|
|Biopac||BioPac Student Lab||3.7.7||Commercial||No [fn 2]||Yes||No|
|Python||Python||3.6.8 + 3.7.6||Open Source||No||Yes||Yes|
|Product Name||Publisher||Installed Version||License Type||Windows||Linux|
|Office 2016||Microsoft||2016 Plus||Academic||Yes||No|
|VLC Media Player||VideoLan||3.0.8||GNU GPL||Yes||Yes|
|F-Secure Client Security||F-Secure||12.33||Academic||Yes||No|
|Spyder Utility||Datacolor||Spyder4Elite 4.5.4||Commercial||Yes||No|
|Adobe Acrobat Reader||Adobe||XI (11.10)||Commercial||Yes||No|
|Arduino IDE||Arduino||1.6.3||GNU GPL/LGPL||Yes||No|
|Git Desktop||Git Desktop||2.29.2||Commercial||Yes||No|
- Limited network licenses are also available
- Requires Biopac device to be attached