The other week I attended The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (commonly known as Super Computing or SC). It was a great conference, I had a great time and learned a ton, but I noticed an interesting theme that I didn't really see anybody else mention. I thought I'd at … Continue reading Time for a Cluster OS?
If you're just getting started with Fortran and your primary computer is Windows, figuring out how to get everything you need installed and configured can be a bit tricky. In this post I'll provide links and some details for how I set up a Windows machine for doing Fortran development. Your mileage may of course … Continue reading Setting Up Windows Fortran Development
It took some doing to get it working, but I think this is about as efficient a setup as I could have had. I have a server running FreeNAS for backup/storage purposes. FreeNAS has a Plex plugin, but for Plex Pass users, which I am, the FreeBSD operating system on which FreeNAS is build doesn't … Continue reading Arch in Bhyve on FreeNAS to Run Plex
My home laptop is a 5(?) year old Lenovo Yoga 13. I've been running Ubuntu 17.04 on it for the last year. Lately I noticed it was running out of memory on a regular basis and then having major problems. Basically just locking up all the time. The machine only has 4Gb of RAM, and … Continue reading The Arch of Progress