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Integrating Linux Mint into a Google Colab Workflow

Teams using Google Colab to collaborate on projects need access to servers, data stores, containers, and more—across the whole IT infrastructure. strongDM simplifies workflow by granting Colab users one-click access to Linux Mint and other resources needed to get the job done.

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To set up one-click access to Linux Mint and start integrating it into your Google Colab workflow, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Connect to Resources linked below.

To get started collecting access and session logs with Linux Mint from Google Colab, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Connect to Resources linked below. 

To get started connecting Linux Mint and Google Colab, sign up for a free trial account on strongDM, then visit Connect to Resources linked below. 

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strongDM allows users to control access to Linux Mint servers.

Linux Mint is a Linux distribution. This operating system is well-suited to beginners because of its stability and good GUI tools.

Google Colab

The strongDM proxy fetches data from a variety of sources, so Colab users can advance their projects with no interruptions to workflow.

Google Colaboratory—Colab for short—is a free, cloud-hosted Jupyter notebook environment that enables developers to write, execute, and share Python code via a web browser. Teams use Google Colab to collaborate on projects that focus on machine learning, data analysis, and more.

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