Monthly Archives: March 2018

A proper introduction

-So who are you guys? – I beg your pardon? – Paper man almost spit out all the beer he drunk while grinning at Pamela a minute ago. – You heard me. Maybe you didn’t understand what I mean. I … Continue reading

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Ahai

– Ahai my friends. Do you buy or sell? – Ahai, Pamela. I will buy a pack of Marlboro and a big beer. And what do you want, guys? – I remembered that we were not properly introduced. Paper man … Continue reading

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Hedgehogs’ corner

I don’t go far away from my place. In this world we are now it is dangerous to wander around without a specific destination. It’s first thing you learn here: if you go 5 steps to the left, then 5 … Continue reading

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Slurm update on CentOS 7

We have a big disconnection time (finally!) and everybody is happily taking coffee and discussing about what to do during the holidays while I’m alone running around updating hardware and software.  I have updated the NVIDIA drivers, the kernel, the … Continue reading

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Going down

The problem with this part of the city is the slopes. You need to be familiar with them or you will always end up going up instead of down, or down instead of up. And it very annoying, of course, … Continue reading

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A very complex integral

– Could you please help us solving this integral? I could’t believe my ears. I opened the door because they looked innocuous thought the sight glass. There they were, two nerd-looking teenagers, one of them practically rubbing in my face … Continue reading

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OSX su versus sudo

I had this weird problem. I need to run some commands with sudo. But I have a root password, why should I sudo something? The answer is simple: the SU password is not the same than the sudo one. So, … Continue reading

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