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Tesla Lab (Min Kao 418)

For lab hours and class schedule, please see the main Lab Information page.

Hardware Information (updated Spring 2014)

Computer Hardware

  • Model: Dell OptiPlex 9020 mini tower
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4670 Processor (Quad Core, 6Mb Cache, 3.4GHz)
  • Operating system: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (beginning Fall 2015)
  • Memory: 8GB (2x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC RAM
  • Video graphics controller: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 645, 1GB GDDR5, CUDA-Capable
  • Hard drive: 1TB 7200 RPM Serial-ATA
  • Floppy drive: N/A
  • Optical drive: N/A
  • Network controller: integrated gigabit (10/100/1000) network connection
  • Monitor: Dell E2310H 23” 16:9 Widescreen, 1920×1080

 Additional Hardware

  • HP LaserJet P4015 – Printer Name: MK418
  • Projector (connected to tesla0)

Major Software Packages (Red Hat EL 7)

Please note that all software on the lab systems is for academic purposes only.

Software Version Software Location Start
Arduino 1.8.7  /opt/eecs/arduino-1.6.9 CLI: arduino
GUI: Applications -> Programming -> Arduino 1.8.7
ARM Bare Metal Toolchain GCC 4.8.2 /opt/eecs/arm-none-eabi CLI: Add /opt/eecs/arm-none-eabi/bin to your shell PATH
GUI: N/A
CodeLite 8.0 /usr/bin CLI: codelite
GUI: Applications -> Programming -> codelite
GnuARM 4.0.2 /opt/eecs/gnuarm-4.0.2 CLI: Add /opt/eecs/gnuarm-4.0.2/bin to your shell PATH
GUI: N/A
Matlab R2017a  /opt/eecs/Matlab/R2018a CLI: Add /opt/eecs/Matlab.R20117a/to your shell PATH
Run: matlab
GUI: Applications -> Programming -> Matlab 2017a
Matlab R2018a /opt/eecs/Matlab/R2018a CLI: matlab
GUI: Applications -> Programming -> Matlab 2018a

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