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SERIES»Working with Ubuntu«

LAPACKE_H_PATH-NOTFOUND when Installing OpenCV and Netbeans Links

This time in “Working with Ubuntu”: solving LAPACKE_H_PATH-NOTFOUND when installing OpenCV and some useful Netbeans plugins.

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Visualizing Triangular Meshes from .off Files using Python occmodel

This article discusses how to visualize triangular meshes available in Object File Format (.off) in Python using occmodel. Installation instructions for installing occmodel on Ubuntu are included.

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Monitoring GPU Usage, CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES Issues and HDF5 for Torch

This series collects every-day problems when doing research and development with Ubuntu; this time: comfortably monitoring GPU usage, clarifying issues with CUDA_VISIBLE_DEVICES and HDF5 for Torch.

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Building Tensorflow in an NFS-mounted $HOME, CUDA 8.0 Without Manual Driver Installation

This blog series collects useful insights for working with Ubuntu. In this article, I describe how to avoid building problems when building Tensorflow on an NFS-mounted $HOME directory and how to install CUDA 8.0 without a manual driver installation.

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Installing Torch and iTorch, Installing ZeroBrane Studio with Torch Support

In this series, I blog about development and research with Ubuntu. This time: how to install LUA, Torch and iTorch and use Torch from within ZeroBrane Studio.

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Installing Bazel, Masking Graphics Cards for Tensorflow

In this series, I collect problems I come across when using Ubuntu for research and development. In this article: installing Bazel on Ubuntu and masking graphics cards from being considered by Tensorflow.

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Setting up Sphinx to Document Python Projects

Sphinx is a Python documentation tool that allows to automatically create clear documentation by parsing Python docstrings. The documentation can further be complemented using reStructuredText — a markup language similar to Markdown. This article gives a brief overview of setting up Sphinx on Ubuntu.

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Upgrading CUDA and Installing CuDNN for Caffe and Tensorflow

Recently, I started working with Tensorflow — a deep learning library developed by Google. Unfortunately, Tensorflow did not work with the installed Version of CUDA. Therefore, I decided to upgrade to CUDA 8.0 and also install CuDNN. This article describes the installation process.

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SERIES»Working with Ubuntu«

Compress and Split using Nautilus, “Cannot find ang0 in all drives”, Cisco VPN Configuration

In this series, I collect some useful insights when working with Ubuntu. This time: Compressing and Splitting in Nautilus using rar or 7zip, tackling “Cannot find ang0 in all drives” and creating Cisco VPN Connections.

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mount.ntfs with 100% CPU Usage, Compile LESS on Ubuntu, Background Scanning of Projects in Netbeans

More Ubuntu problems I cam across. This time: mount.ntfs at 100% CPU usage, how to install a LESS compiler in Ubuntu, and how to handle annoying background scanning in Netbeans.

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