Category Archives: Command line

How to Install Gitlab on a Raspberry Pi 2+

Gitlab is a web-based free and open source Git repository manager much like Github. These version control services both utilize the Git version control system originally created by Linus Torvolds under the GNU GPL v2 license in 2005. There are many Git services now, but the two biggest providers, Github and Bitbucket, require paid plans… Read More »

Retrieval-based Deep Learning with TensorFlow v1.0+ and Python

Hi there. In this post I will cover code from a Github repo that I forked (detailed in this post) that trains a machine learning model based on IRC chat logs (the Ubuntu Dialog Corpus) to select the correct response out of a set of potential responses, given a context. The code was created last year with… Read More »

How to setup IPython for Python 2.7 and 3+ kernels

IPython is an interactive notebook that is accessed from your browser. It is extremely useful because it is designed with code sharing in mind, supports up to 49 different languages/versions of languages, and has “cells”, or blocks of code that are interpreted one at a time (or all at once). Another reason to use IPython… Read More »

How to connect to PIA through OpenVPN on Linux

One of the most popular VPN providers these days is Private Internet Access (PIA). In this tutorial, I’ll show how to add a VPN connection to the Linux network manager with PIA’s service, using OpenVPN instead of PIA’s client software. Though the client app is robust and offers many useful features like a “VPN killswitch”,… Read More »

Rsync: How it works and how to use it

Rsync is a command line utility that is used to transfer multiple files, or entire directories, from one computer to another. It is a tool that comes with most Linux and Unix-like operating systems and it has great flexibility. You can update files and/or folders (recursively) on your machine, or the machine you are connecting… Read More »