Changing the Wireless SSID Password (Key) from Intel IoT Gateway Technology: Security Best Practices

The default password is windriveridp. Use these steps to change it.

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Changing User Passwords from Intel IoT Gateway Technology: Security Best Practices

The Development Gateway was provided with the following user accounts and default passwords:

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Intel® Nervana™ AI Academy provides training in machine learning and deep learning, with associated frameworks, tools, and libraries. Join our events at a meetup or online.
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Intel IoT Gateway TEST from Intel IoT Gateway TEST

This document explains how to access and manage the security features on your gateway.


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Andre Carlucci: Intel® Black Belt Software Developer & Intel® Software Innovator

Andre Carlucci is a software architect, a .Net platform expert, and has a passion for open-source projects and agile methodologies.

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Unable to compile for coprocessor on native mode due to issues with custom library linking

I am successfully able to compile and execute my code on Xeon, but when I try to compile it for executing on a co-processor (natively by adding a -mmic flag), I get the following error:

Authored by Keval S. Last updated on 05/22/2017 - 13:42
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reordering a vector

I have a vector, REAL(4)::V(1000). Say that the largest one happens to be V(123). I need to re-order the values so that V begins with the largest, i.e. Vnew(1) = Vold(123)

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