Whatever the host OS, we use virtual machines for the class because
they're easier to crash and recover than real machines (each attendee
will run as many as three virtual machines concurrently, something hard
to accomplish with three real machines).
On 11/10/2015 12:36 PM, Klaus Kretchmeir wrote:
> This shouldn't be a problem; hopefully before the start date of this
> activity, I will have CENTos or RH linux available.
> K. M. Stoddard
> On 2015.Nov.10 08:54, K.S. Bhaskar wrote:
>> Yes, GT.M runs only on UNIX/Linux, and is free / open source software
>> only on Linux. But it's easy to run GT.M on a Linux virtual machine -
>> for the class, I provide a virtual machine disk image that you can run
>> on any PC - Linux, Windows, or Mac.
>> -- Bhaskar
> "Because then your're watching television,
> you're watching the news,
> you're being pumped full of fear.
> There's floods, there's AIDS, there's murder.
> Cut to commercial, buy the Acura.
> Buy the Colgate. If you have bad breath,
> they're not gonna talk to you. If you got
> pimples, the girl's not gonna f*&k you.
> And it's just a... it's a campaign of fear
> and consumption.
> That's what I think it's all based on.
> The whole idea that,
> 'Keep everyone afraid and they'll consume.' "
> - Marilyn Manson :: Bowling for Columbine
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