Nymfe Station *
Nymfe * stations are student stations in the PC lobby and Linux classrooms (B130, A219). They are open during the semester from 7 to 20 hours. If someone is logged in at 20 o'clock, the machine will turn off at 22 o'clock. Nymfe01 and Nymfe02 are an exception and run nonstop (except for a reboot at 5 pm). Due to restricted access to the FI network can only be remotely connected to Nymfe * machines from the MU network (eg via the Aisa machine).
In addition to the usual SSH remote access, you can also use it if necessary remote access via VNC .
- PC hall - nymfe01–22, nymfe75–86
- A219 - nymfe87–105
- B130 - nymfe23–74
- Intel® Core ™ i5-8400 6-Core Processor at 2800MHz (4000MHz Turbo)
- Each kernel has a 256 KiB L2 cache
- 500 GB NVMe SSD
- 16 GB DDR4 RAM
- Ubuntu Operating System
Origin of the name
The name Nymfe comes from Greek mythology: Nymph - the water, forest and mountain goddesses of the Greeks and Romans, similar to our fairies and Rusalkans.
Vojtěch Zamarovský: Gods and Heroes of Ancient Myths