Drop-in Linux Lab

The drop-in Linux lab is available during building hours. The lab consists of 14 workstations running CentOS7 and a suite of development software. There is also a Linux workstation housed in the e-Podium and connected to the overhead projector for tutoring and presentation purposes.


These machines are named uw1-320-01p.uwb.edu through uw1-320-15p.uwb.edu. While generally available these desktops are shared by some graduate projects and as such are subject to irregular loads and may be rebooted or disconnected by students without warning. The IT staff is working on methods of reducing unplanned shutdowns while minimizing end user impact.

Desktop Specs
  • Dell Optiplex 7010 Mini-Towers
  • CSS managed CentOS7
  • Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • 16GB RAM
  • 500GB HDD, generally 200GB free disk space
Available Hardware Monitor Config
15 towers - CentOS7 Dell 1908FPt / Dell P2312Ht
1 tower - CentOS7 e-podium / projector
Installed Software
  • Anaconda
  • Canopy
  • Eclipse
  • g++
  • FireFox
  • Java
  • JESS
  • MatLab
  • C++, Java
  • NetBeans
  • OpenSSH
  • Processing
  • Python
  • RMI
  • SciPy
  • tcpdump
  • Valgrind
  • matplotlib (Python)
  • nose (python)
  • ipython (Python)
  • ipython-notebook (Python)
  • gv
  • gnuplot
  • pdftex
  • ispell

Some pages to help you get started in the Linux Lab


The best way to find something here is to use the search box in the upper right or the site index link below.

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