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Latest revision as of 03:17, 10 February 2014

Class Using Linux Instructions Notes
CS131 very helpful none VM image not provided. Windows users will need to use Linux or cygwin.
CS118 helpful none VM image provided, but not necessary.
CS143 helpful none VM image provided, but not necessary.
CS111 helpful none Must use VM image provided, or SEASnet Linux servers.
EE102 annoying none Use GNU Octave instead of MATLAB. Extra package needed for sound.
EE103 irrelevant none Use GNU Octave instead of MATLAB.
EE115A impossible none Students must install proprietary Cadence software (OrCAD+PSpice) for project.
EE115C irrelevant none Students must use Cadence software via X11 forwarding (SSH).