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Figure 1. VCCI Information
Figure 2. CE insignia
Figure 1-1. Challenge Deskside System Functional Block Diagram
Figure 2-1. Chassis Front and Rear Views
Figure 2-2. Basic I/O Panel Configuration
Figure 2-3. Optional Visualization Console I/O Panel (Extreme) Graphics Connectors
Figure 2-4. RS-232 and RS-422 Serial Connectors
Figure 2-5. RS-232 Powered 8-Pin DIN Connector
Figure 2-6. Challenge Deskside System Controller and Drives Location
Figure 2-7. Chassis Cooling
Figure 2-8. Power Receptacle and Circuit Breaker on Rear Panel
Figure 3-1. Challenge Deskside Components
Figure 3-2. Opening the Chassis Front Door
Figure 3-3. Connecting an Ethernet Cable
Figure 3-4. Key Switch Positions on the System Controller Front Panel
Figure 4-1. Configuring a Drive Sled Adapter Board (Different Channels)
Figure 4-2. Configuring a Drive Sled Adapter Board (Identical Channels)
Figure 4-3. Installing a Half-Height SCSI Drive on a Sled and Loading It
Figure 4-4. Drive Removal Example
Figure 4-5. Pulling Off the Side Panel and Removing the Retaining Screw
Figure 4-6. Installing a Full-Height Front Loading Device
Figure 4-7. Deskside Installation Positions for Optional DLT Drives
Figure 4-8. Loading a Disc Into the CD-ROM Caddy
Figure 4-9. Disc Loaded in Caddy
Figure 4-10. CD-ROM Drive Front Panel Controls
Figure 4-11. Connecting an External SCSI Device
Figure 4-12. Single-Ended 68-Pin Connector
Figure 4-13. 68-Pin Differential SCSI Connector
Figure 4-14. Connecting a Serial Printer or Modem
Figure 4-15. Connecting a Parallel Printer Cable
Figure 5-1. System Controller Front Panel Components
Figure 5-2. Challenge CPU Board Microprocessor Activity Graph (Histogram)
Figure 6-1. Basic Parameters of VDT Workstation Adjustment1 (Adapted from ANSI/HFS 100–1988)
Figure B-1. Handling a Compact Disc
Figure B-2. CD-ROM Drive LED Status Indicators
Figure B-3. Cleaning the Tape Head
Figure B-4. DLT Cleaning Cartridge
Figure D-1. IO4 With VCAM and GCAM
Figure D-2. Mezzanine Types Available With Optional Second IO4
Figure D-3. Optional Second and Third IO4 Configuration
Figure E-1. Placement of the VCAM Board on the IO4 Board
Figure E-2. IO4 Base Board Functional Block Diagram
Figure E-3. VMECC, the VMEbus Adapter
Figure E-4. I/O Address to System Address Mapping
Figure E-5. VMEbus Interrupt Generation
Figure E-6. Deskside Server System Slot Assignments
Figure E-7. VMEbus Midplane Jumpers
Figure E-8. A Silicon Graphics 6U Converter Board
Figure E-9. VME Handshake