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If you're using Google Chrome, you can install Nuvolos as a standalone application. This can help if you have custom browser extensions that might interfere with the web UI.
When you're logged in to Nuvolos, there is a Install Nuvolos button at the right side of the URL bar.
The install button of the desktop application is in the URL bar
Afterwards, you can launch Nuvolos as a regular installed application.
Yes, git is supported via applications. In any application you can start, git and git-lfs is available on the command line of your application.
Each user has their own ssh key which they can use to authenticate with git repositories. This requires two steps:
Now you should be able to securely pull / push code from any application, without having to enter passwords.
Currently Moodle is not supported. We may implement Moodle support in the future.
- Creation of new spaces is not allowed
- Taking snapshots is not allowed
- Distribution of apps is not allowed
- The inactivity timeout cannot be changed (1 hour/app)
- Trial apps are stopped automatically after one hour of inactivity, even if they're actively computing
- NCU allocation settings cannot be changed (2 NCU/app)