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 This page will tell you: This page will tell you:
   - How to connect to it (with Putty, under Windows, or natively with a terminal under OS X)   - How to connect to it (with Putty, under Windows, or natively with a terminal under OS X)
 +  - How to install Miniconda, sort of //App Store// for Linux programs you can install in any server, no need for administrative privileges
   - How to keep the session alive using ''​screen''​   - How to keep the session alive using ''​screen''​
  
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 === Accessing the server from Mac or Linux === === Accessing the server from Mac or Linux ===
 To access a Linux machine we need a //terminal emulator//, we natively have one in our MacBooks and Linux machines. To access a Linux machine we need a //terminal emulator//, we natively have one in our MacBooks and Linux machines.
-In OS X you'll find the **Terminal** application inside the Applications folder, and can fire it up using Spotlight and typing "​Terminal"​. When the terminal is open, type the command+In OS X you'll find the **Terminal** application inside the Applications folder, and can fire it up using Spotlight and typing "​Terminal"​. When the terminal is open, type the command:
 <code bash> <code bash>
 ssh username@machine ssh username@machine
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-You'll be promted ​to enter the password. **Type it very carefully** (as errors could prevent us to go on with the practical) and be aware that you won't see asterisks or dots while you type. Just hit enter at the end.+ 
 +You'll be prompted ​to enter the password. **Type it very carefully** (as errors could prevent us to go on with the practical) and be aware that you won't see asterisks or dots while you type. Just hit enter at the end.
  
 === Accessing the server from Windows === === Accessing the server from Windows ===