I implemented this as potentially an alternative to the way I have my scripts set up on the server. It's pretty neat!
With that general question of why my models crash or how the fit is going, I found a reference to error checking that might help me diagnose.
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
As is so often the case, these photos were taken right on campus! I took my typical "walk break route" today, and looked for some mushrooms along the way. This was at the base of the locust tree right outside the Animal Sciences Building.
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
I know that I've become "the queen" of moving websites, and I love blogspot/blogger, but I may be moving to my own domain soon. I'll post the new link here when it happens before totally taking the blog down. I'll be using this as a "content source" for the new digs, much like my old Wordpress blog. So, you'll see recycled posts that used to be here from time to time.
at 3:01:00 PM
Monday, October 5, 2015
I learned something new today, by accident (sometimes, that's the best teacher). I didn't mean to close my WinSCP window, but I did...and it didn't close my PuTTY session! Since I launch PuTTY from within WinSCP, I thought maybe it would be dependent on it being open, but alas, it survived.
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Saturday, October 3, 2015
Friday, October 2, 2015
Linux tricks and hacks of the day: I learned that Alt-F2 gives you the "Run" dialogue like in Windows (though, in Ubuntu it will look like that universal search screen). Then, I can do things like share files between my Linux laptop and our lab's Windows servers. Windows shares are communicated via Samba to Linux. So, once I connect to my department's VPN and get to the Run dialogue, I can launch "smb:" followed by the typical syntax to access the server (\\server\share).