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These are some useful technical resources for CS students at Earlham.
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These are some useful technical resources for people using the computing resources maintained by the CS Department at Earlham College:
  
 
* [[Remote file editing|Edit files remotely]]
 
* [[Remote file editing|Edit files remotely]]
 
* [[How To Set Up SSH Keys|Set up ssh keys]]
 
* [[How To Set Up SSH Keys|Set up ssh keys]]
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* [[Quiet login|Make your shell be quiet when you log in rather than printing the MOTD]]
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* [[Useful Linux commands|Use the Linux command line]]
 
* [[Notes for Windows users|Use our stuff with a Windows computer]]
 
* [[Notes for Windows users|Use our stuff with a Windows computer]]
 
* [[sshfs|Mount a remote file system to your personal computer using sshfs]]
 
* [[sshfs|Mount a remote file system to your personal computer using sshfs]]
 
* [[Markdown cells in Jupyter|Render markup in Jupyter notebooks]]
 
* [[Markdown cells in Jupyter|Render markup in Jupyter notebooks]]
 
* [https://passlink.earlham.edu Share a password securely (with one and only one person)]
 
* [https://passlink.earlham.edu Share a password securely (with one and only one person)]
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* [[X Applications | Set up X Applications]]
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* [[Getting started on clusters | Using Earlham's local cluster computing resources]]
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* [[Choosing a computing resource]]
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* [[Working with large datasets]]
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* [[WebMO]] (computational chemistry)
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* [[Discord bot|Run the Discord bot]]
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If you have a question about any of this send email to admin@cs.earlham.edu (messages from non-Earlham domains will be wait-listed).

Latest revision as of 11:48, 4 August 2020