On 23 Apr 2009, at 17:30, Justin Mason wrote:
> I'm going from vague recollections here, but yes, the counting
> software used
> some kind of VB front-end over MS Access, and the voting machines
> used a
> HP-UX-based embedded system on a non-intel hardware platform.
>> this may provide more details:
Doesn't seem to be any mention of HP-UX and TBH that would seem like
an awfully big OS to put to such a small task.
> I can't see the hardware being useful for anything, apart from maybe
> as chess computers ;)
I'd love to get one to play with though ;-)
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