The Register is reporting that badly configured software, installed incorrectly, is responsible for the crash of an Airbus A400M transport plane. Engine control software, installed wrong, was to blame.
The A400M crashed just after takeoff on its first real production test flight, 9 May near Seville’s San Pablo Airport, killing four.
For the initial report on the software see: The Register.
For more background on the crash see: Wikipedia.
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