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    Now they have some design features (viz. a sloping front)
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    I guess this guy is applying what might be called foot-pounds of installation force!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigaldoc View Post
    I guess this guy is applying what might be called foot-pounds of installation force!
    And hence the term... ... booting up

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    I think I recognise some of the older installation guys, who (as young and enthusiastic engineers) connected up the bus and tag cabling for our IBM mainframes all that time ago. Those were real cables, over an inch in diameter. Sigh...
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