Facebook’s DarkForest Go AI Now on GitHub

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Build

Dependency:

Install torch7.
Install luarocks: class, image, tds, cudnn
For Cudnn, please install the driver from NVidia. This program supports 1-4 GPUs.

Then just compile with the following command:

GCC 4.8+ is required. Depending on the location of your C++ compiler, please change the script accordingly. Tested in CentOS 6.5.

Usage

Step 1: Download the models.

Create ./models directory and download trained models.

Step 2: First run the GPU server

cd ./local_evaluator
sh cnn_evaluator.sh [num_gpu] [pipe file path]

num_gpu the number of GPUs (1-8) you have for the current machine.
pipe file path The path that the pipe file is settled. Default is /data/local/go. If you have specific other path, then you need to specify the same when running cnnPlayerMCTSV2.lua
Example: sh cnn_evaluator.sh 4 /data/local/go

Step 3: Run the main program

cd ./cnnPlayerV2
th cnnPlayerMCTSV2.lua [options]

See cnnPlayerV2/cnnPlayerMCTSV2.lua for a lot of options. For a simple first run (assuming you have 4 GPUs), you could use:

th cnnPlayerMCTSV2.lua –num_gpu


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Getting started with ReactOS

ReactOS is a relatively new open source operating system that resembles the looks of Windows NT and aims to offer similar levels of functionality and application compatibility. Featuring a wine-based user mode, this system doesn’t use any of the Unix architecture, but is a rewrite of the NT architecture from scratch, with its very own FAT32 implementation, and completely free of legal implications. That said, this is not yet another Linux distro, but a unique Windows-like system that is a part of the free software world. This quick guide aims at users who want an easy to use, open source replacement for their Windows system.


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In-browser Notepad

The in-browser Notepad script is a handy tool to have a quick place to paste things from web. But how can we improve it further?This blog post is about my journey on improving the Notepad life hack bookmarklet.I can’t fully remember where I first stumbled upon the idea, but it’s covered in many publications around the Internet. The basic idea is simple – just copy-paste a special URL to your address bar and ta-da! You have a notepad.The full, original script is here:data:text/html,
Pasting that to your browser creates an empty web page with a data: URL that has the HTML5 contenteditable attribute specified.This allows the user to edit the content of the page, which is indicated by the blinking cursor. You can start typing right away:After some time of using the script, I thought I’m not so happy using a tool that uses Times New Roman as the font.Including


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jQuery 3.0 Released

link Downloading jQueryCompressed and uncompressed copies of jQuery files are available. The uncompressed file is best used during development or debugging; the compressed file saves bandwidth and improves performance in production.
You can also download a sourcemap file for use when debugging with a compressed file.
The map file is not required for users to run jQuery, it just improves the developer’s debugger experience.
As of jQuery 1.11.0/2.1.0 the //# sourceMappingURL comment is not included in the compressed file.
To locally download these files, right-click the link and select “Save as…” from the menu.
link jQueryFor help when upgrading jQuery, please see the upgrade guide most relevant to your version.
We also recommend using the jQuery Migrate plugin.
Download the compressed, production jQuery 3.0.0
Download the uncompressed, development jQuery 3.0.0
Download the map file for jQuery 3.0.0
jQuery 3.0.0 release
notes
link Downloading jQuery using npmjQuery is registered as a package on npm. You can install the latest version of jQuery with


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