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Started by tomcat, Dec 13, 2007, 10:39 AM
Quote from: tomcat on Dec 17, 2007, 11:41 PM[OOC:] Shawn, are younot getting my Private Messages to you? I wrote a long bit about your tests and I haven't seen you post on any of it.Let me know.
Quote from: trgieck on Dec 18, 2007, 05:57 PMWith a loud cry of triumph Telek scrambled out from inside a computer access panel. He had been crammed inside the small space for the past half hour trying to find a live comm circuit trunk. His cry of exaltation signaled for all to hear that his search was finally over. Finally extricating himself from the ships innards he signalled for his team to gather around."I've located a live comm node... uh... number XH3473. Anyway, it appears to be a redundant system used for rerouting, prioritizing and/or buffering incoming commands from the bridge's engineering console." Telek grabbed a data PADD from a team member and began tapping commands as he continued speaking. "I'm pulling up the locations for similar nodes throughout the ship. We should be able to link key areas of the ship and their corresponding bridge consoles through these nodes and restore ship comms." He handed the PADD back. "Get on it. I'll inform Chief Ramos."Telek walked quickly over to where Ramos was talking to another of the ship's senior officers.He waited to be acknowledged by Ramos and then with a brief nod to the ship's Tactical Officer he informed Ramos of his findings.Anticipating the next questions he finished with. "Should take us about and hour to complete the repairs and have comms back up, sir."Engineering: Systems test TN 15 (-3 for no technical support)Roll (2d6) -3: 5,5,-3 = 7 + (Engineering Systems +8) = Total: 15
Quote from: RamosOOC: Do we have communications to the bridge yet, via personal communicator? Since they work on planets, independent of ship computers, I figured personal tech would work... unless they're fried, too...
Quote from: pgholland on Dec 20, 2007, 10:40 AMArio looked up from the crew-member he was attending to, "Sir, what if we try something that we did when I was a child on the Potemkin. We suffered a computer crash- nothing would work, and we couldn't risk shutting them all down because we were in deep space. Instead we partitioned the systems off and shut down sections of the computer at a time- life-support, shields, navigation and so on. That way we only ever had a small part of the computer offline at any one time."I don't know whether that's even possible, but I thought it might work." Ario turned back to another injured crewmember, looking to provide emergency first aid with the little skills he had.
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