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Install Nvidia Drivers and CUDA 5 on Linux

This post is a simple, quick and easy “how to”  install Nvidia Tesla drivers and CUDA 5 on Linux Ubuntu Server 11.10. CUDA is a parallel computing architecture which enables dramatic increases of computing performances by harnessing the power of the graphic processing unit (GPU). This guide covers the installation of the Nvidia Tesla K20m […]

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Bypass a Blocked NAT

A few years ago, I was staying in a student accommodation, where I had to pay to connect devices to the internet.  Since I was doing a Master in Computer Science, I had many devices to connect and decided to buy a router / switch Cisco Linksys E2000 and use the Network Address Translation to […]

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Who’s connected ?

To know who’s connected on your computer use the following commands : Commands : who : show the connected users : Linux/Mac last : show last connexion (passed ) : Linux / Mac lastb : show last connexion (failed) : Linux These files may also contain clues :

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Eject a dvd in command lines

A simple command to eject a DVD/ CD from the command line. To eject the DVD :

To close de drive :

That’s it.

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monitor your screens with xrandr

What’s xrandr ? Xrand is a command that can be use to configure a screen resolution as well as many other parameters of a screen To use xrand open a  shell and type

you should see the actual configuration of your screen(s) to rotate them you can use this command

(*note: SCREEN1 is […]

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How to know my public ip address with bash

this is a little bash script to know your public ip address

That’s it.

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