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The Founder’s Guide:

The expanded tutorial with concise explanations and screenshots

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Open Terminal:

The Terminal is an emulator that’s used in Jupyter Notebook to access the file system of the server from the remote computer. It runs on the same computer that’s hosting the server and gives the user with administrative privileges. It also works with most shells and has the same functionalities.

  1. Open the web browser
  2. Enter the IP address to the Jupyter Notebook server
  3. Press “Enter”
  4. Click “New”
  5. Click “Terminal”


The Founder’s Guide:

The expanded tutorial with concise explanations and screenshots

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Image by Nana Dua

Join the NVIDIA Developer Program:

The NVIDIA Developer Program is a free program that gives members access to the NVIDIA software development kits, tools, resources, and trainings. It lets members submit issues and feature requests to the NVIDIA engineering team. It also notifies members about events and activities for programmers.

  1. Visit the official website.
  2. Click “Join Now”
  3. Enter email address
  4. Click “Next”
  5. Click “Create Account”
  6. Enter user information
  7. Click “Create Account”
  8. Verify email address
  9. Click “Submit”
  10. Enter user information
  11. Click “Submit”

The Founder’s Guide:

The expanded tutorial with concise explanations and screenshots

Image for post
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Image by Casey Horner

Open Terminal:

The Terminal is an emulator that’s used in Jupyter Notebook to access the file system of the server from the remote computer. It runs on the same computer that’s hosting the server and gives the user with administrative privileges. It also works with most shells and has the same functionalities.

  1. Open the web browser
  2. Enter the IP address to the Jupyter Notebook server
  3. Press “Return”
  4. Click “New”
  5. Click “Terminal”

THE FOUNDER’S GUIDE:

The expanded tutorial with concise explanations and screenshots

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Image by Isabella and Louisa Fischer

Open Terminal:

The Terminal is a program that’s included with macOS that provides users with access to the operating system using a command-line interface. It uses Z shell by default which replaced Bourne Again Shell as the system shell. It can also work with other shells like Korn, Tenex C, and Bourne Again Shell.

  1. Press “Command ⌘ + Spacebar”
  2. Enter “Terminal”
  3. Press “Return”


The Founder’s Guide:

The expanded tutorial with concise explanations and screenshots

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Image by Isabella and Louisa Fischer

Check the System Type:

The System Type is used in Windows 10 to determine whether the operating system is the 32-bit or 64-bit version. It can be the 32-bit version which uses 32-bit processors and up to 4 gigabytes of memory. It can also be the 64-bit version which uses 64-bit processors and up to 128 gigabytes of memory.

  1. Press “⊞ Windows”
  2. Enter “About” into the search bar
  3. Click “About Your PC”


The Founder’s Guide:

The condensed tutorial with copy and paste code and screenshots

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Image by Vita Vilcina and Lily Banse

Open PowerShell:

  1. Press “⊞ Windows”
  2. Enter “PowerShell” into the search bar
  3. Click “Run as Administrator”


THE FOUNDER’S GUIDE:

The expanded tutorial with concise explanations and screenshots

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Image by Vita Vilcina and Lily Banse

Open PowerShell:

PowerShell is a command-line shell and object-oriented scripting language that’s used to automate administrative tasks and configure system settings It can be used to automate practically anything in the operating system. It also replaced Command Prompt as the default system shell for Windows 10.

  1. Press “⊞ Windows”
  2. Enter “PowerShell” into the search bar
  3. Click “Run as Administrator”


THE FOUNDER’S GUIDE

The expanded tutorial with concise explanations and screenshots

Image for post
Image for post
Image by Vita Vilcina and Lily Banse

Open Terminal:

The Terminal is a program that’s included with macOS that provides users with access to the operating system using a command-line interface. It uses Z shell by default which replaced Bourne Again Shell as the system shell. It can also work with other shells like Korn, Tenex C, and Bourne Again Shell.

  1. Press “Command ⌘ + Spacebar”
  2. Enter “Terminal”
  3. Press “Return”


THE FOUNDER’S GUIDE:

The condensed tutorial with copy and paste code and screenshots

Image for post
Image for post
Image by Vita Vilcina and Lily Banse

Open Terminal:

  1. Press “Command ⌘ + Spacebar”
  2. Enter “Terminal”
  3. Press “Return”


THE FOUNDER’S GUIDE:

The condensed tutorial with copy and paste code and screenshots

Image for post
Image for post
Image by Vita Vilcina and Lily Banse

Open PowerShell:

  1. Press “⊞ Windows”
  2. Enter “PowerShell” into the search bar
  3. Click “Run as Administrator”

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