The Department operates its own computing facilities. The computer equipment is, to a large extent, made possible by the income from our one-million dollar Adler Endowment. The facilities include:
- The Adler Labs [ software available ]
- Two labs with 51 Windows-based workstations located in Weir 227 and Weir 229
- Several Linux and Windows Class Servers
- Turing - Our general student-use CentOS server. This several is commonly used by our classes as it has support for multiple languages, such as Python, PHP, Ruby, and serives, such as Apache and MySQL.
- Xinu - Server for the Operating Systems and Networking classes that utilizes the Xinu environment on top of modified Linksys WRT-54G routers.
Regulations regarding use of the facilites are as follows:
Other Campus Computing Facilities
In addition to the Department's facilities, there are a number of centralized computing facilities operated by the Office of Information Technology and the Mississippi Center for Supercomputing Research that are available to Department students and researchers. Select an item below to get more information on that aspect of the facilities:
- Mississippi Center for Supercomputing Research (MCSR) [ University NewDesk story ]
- University-wide Office of Information Technology (IT)
Computer hardware and software information for students
- Computer recommendations for computer science students
- Software for computer science students
- University-wide computer information for students