Install / update to Python 2.7 and latest Pip on EC2 Amazon Linux Unfortunately Amazon Linux 3.4 AMIs still ship with Python 2.6 which makes it impossible to run many Python apps. Also the installation and update/upgrade of Pip through yum python-pip fails and puts packages into the old 2.6 lib folder. Here is my solution to upgrade to Python 2.7 including the latest Pip & Virtualenv. Just copy & paste line by line: # install build tools sudo yum install make automake gcc gcc-c++ kernel-devel git-core -y # install python 2.7 and change default python symlink sudo yum install python27-devel -y sudo rm /usr/bin/pythonsudo ln -s /usr/bin/python2.7 /usr/bin/python
Welcome to the tutorials page Tutorials! The main page has moved! Please update your bookmarks to point to Info about this page! This web page is dedicated to everyone who has ever put together a public domain tutorial/reference. How Browsers Work: Behind the Scenes of Modern Web Browsers Web browsers are the most widely used software. In this primer, I will explain how they work behind the scenes. We will see what happens when you type google.com in the address bar until you see the Google page on the browser screen. The browsers we will talk about There are five major browsers used on desktop today: Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera. On mobile, the main browsers are Android Browser, iPhone, Opera Mini and Opera Mobile, UC Browser, the Nokia S40/S60 browsers and Chrome–all of which, except for the Opera browsers, are based on WebKit.
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SVDLIBC A C Library for Computing Singular Value Decompositions version 1.4 SVDLIBC is a C library written by Doug Rohde. It was based on the SVDPACKC library, which was written by Michael Berry, Theresa Do, Gavin O'Brien, Vijay Krishna and Sowmini Varadhan at the University of Tennessee. Using Adminer to Manage your Databases - LinuxCareer's Documentation Share this post If you find yourself interacting with a database system such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL, Oracle, or even SQLite, sometimes you find that some of the tasks you perform are more conveniently executed using a GUI rather then using the default management utility (usually run from a CLI) provided by the database system itself. Some of you may already use other tools such as phpMyAdmin, or phpPgAdmin. This article will talk about another web based database management tool known as Adminer. Adminer allows for the management of all the database systems mentioned above.This article covers Debian (& Ubuntu), Fedora, and ArchLinux. From its website: Adminer (formerly phpMinAdmin) is a full-featured database management tool written in PHP.
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CS 97SI: Introduction to Competitive Programming Contests Course Information and Announcements Instructor: Jaehyun ParkStanford ACM-ICPC Coaches: Jaehyun Park, Andy Nguyen, Jerry Cain(Added on 8/21/2013) This class was taught in 2011-12 Winter. I'm getting a lot of emails asking if I'm teaching it again, but there is no plan to offer the course at the moment. Lecture slides [Tutorial] Deploy Apache + MySQL + Python on AWS EC2 « 無良心筆記 First, choose any AMI(Amazon Machine Image) you like and lanuch it. In this tutorial, I will choose Amazon Linux AMI (64-bit) as example. If you choose other AMI, the circumstance might be quite different. I can’t guarantee the following tutorial steps are the same. EC2 AMI: Amazon Linux AMI (64-bit) last revision: 2014-08-21 here are the instructions: Paul Grosss Blog - Useful unix tricks - part 2 Update (2/20/09): Check out Useful unix tricks – part 3 and Useful unix tricks – part 4 I covered a bunch of unix command line tricks in my previous blog post: Useful unix tricks. Here are some more. Learn vi Even if you prefer another text editor (such as emacs), it is worth your time to learn vi. vi is installed on every unix box, whereas emacs and others are not.