Day 2 of the conference had below talks. Prof. Dr. Bernd Brügmann gave a short introduction. He pointed out that Jena is number 10 in Physics in Germany, has ca. 100.000 inhabitants, and 20.000 students.
As announced in Workshop Programming of Heterogeneous Systems in Physics, July 2014, I attended this two-day conference. Below are speakers and pictures with my personal notes.
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The trick is to set the default sink in
Assume you want to set-up a user-account which can only log-in to your machine if he sits in front of it and has to give no password. Let’s name this user
kiosk. Unfortunately there is apparently no single command-line switch to accomplish this with
useradd. The task at hand is not be confused with automatic log-in at boot time. Continue reading
After finishing my ABAP programming course I wanted to upload the Netweaver-trial software to Telekom media-center. Telekom media-center allows you to store up to 25 GB of data in the cloud. That’s more storage than offered by many USB sticks. Netweaver-trial software is about 3.5 GB, and media-center (or Windows) does not allow to upload more than 2 GB for a single file. On Linux this is no problem: Just use
split, which is in
coreutils. Continue reading
In the year 2010 I read Martin Varsavsky’s blog entry on The 6 Day Week by Carlos Varsavsky. In this post Martin Varsavsky states his father, born in 1933, proposed the 6-day week, i.e., work 4 days and rest 2 days. To cope for the reduced productivity, it is proposed to interleave the 6-day week for different groups of people in the country. Continue reading