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UBC Mathematics: MathNet FAQ [Computer Laboratories]



UBC Mathematics: MathNet FAQ [Computer Laboratories]



Question: What hosts are available for me to use?
Author: Joseph Tam
Date: Sept. 10, 2004

These are the computers than can be used by MathNet users:

Host name OS Processor/Memory Access Notes
Hilbert Solaris 10 quad-CPU 1296Mhz UltraSparcIIIi / 16Gb Terminal, ssh Secondary application server
Kelvin Solaris 10 dual-CPU 900Mhz UltraSparcIII / 2Gb Terminal, ssh Preferentially used by FluidLab members
Licensed to run Fluent, Gambit.
Pascal Solaris 10 16x core 1350Mhz UltraSparcIIIi / 16Gb Terminal, ssh Primary application server, has Matlab license.
Fisher Ubuntu 8.04LTS quad-CPU 3.0Ghz 64bit AMD / 8Gb Terminal, ssh Mathematica (ask IT staff)
Seki Ubuntu 8.04LTS quad-CPU 3.0Ghz 64bit AMD / 8Gb Terminal, ssh Mathematica (ask IT staff)
Noether Ubuntu 16.04LTS 16 cores 3.0Ghz 64bit Intel / 64Gb ssh, Xpra, X2Go Commercial softwares: Maple, Matlab and Magma
Hypatia Ubuntu 16.04LTS 16 cores 3.0Ghz 64bit Intel / 64Gb ssh, Xpra, X2Go Commercial softwares: Maple, Matlab and Magma
m127-w7-6faa Windows 7 Intel dualCPU 2.93GHz 32bit Standalone(M125)
MathNet acct. OK.
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m127-w7-0b5a Windows 7 Intel dualCPU 2.93GHz 32bit Standalone(M125)
MathNet acct. OK.
x1101-w7-160f Windows 7 Intel dualCPU 2.93GHz 32bit Standalone(MX1101)
MathNet acct. OK.
x1101-w7-17f6 Windows 7 Intel dualCPU 2.93GHz 32bit Standalone(MX1101)
MathNet acct. OK.
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Host name: this is the name visible on the terminals, and it is also the Internet hostname if you append ".math.ubc.ca".

OS: Operation system - this falls basically into two camps: Windows (usually 2000 or XP) and Unix (usually Solaris or Linux).

Processor / Memory: the processor and its speed as well as the amount of physical memory.

Access: the protocol or type of access this host will accept.

Notes: Special software or features of this host.

 
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