Category Archives: Ubuntu

New paper on our software to manage sound archives

The paper describing our software Pumilio has just been published in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. Pumilio is a web-based sound archive and analysis tool. Pumilio was created out of necessity. Our lab was collecting a lot of sound data … Continue reading

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Installing a graphical desktop to Ubuntu on Amazon EC2

Amazon’s EC2 service offers an interesting diversity of cloud computing. From less than a dollar an hour, you can run a powerful virtual machine on their hardware. View my previous post on setting up an Ubuntu machine with R. I … Continue reading

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Getting Started with Ubuntu and R on Amazon’s EC2 cloud

Amazon EC2 is their “cloud” service, which means that you can run a virtual machine on their hardware. They have many basic VMs, which they call AMI, that you can use to start and setup your machine with the configuration … Continue reading

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Mount a Windows share

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Mount a directory using a secure connection

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