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The public servers are intended for any remote work, either from home or from non *nix machines. Please do not use the public workstations for remote connection.
 
The public servers are intended for any remote work, either from home or from non *nix machines. Please do not use the public workstations for remote connection.
  
To [[connecting from outside|connect from outside]] you can use rsh, ssh, telnet, or X (on some servers). And on some servers ftp for file transfer. See below for supported protocols.
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To [[connecting Remotely|connect remotely]] you can use rsh, ssh, telnet, or X (on some servers). And on some servers ftp for file transfer. See below for supported protocols.
  
  

Latest revision as of 16:18, 21 September 2020

The public servers are intended for any remote work, either from home or from non *nix machines. Please do not use the public workstations for remote connection.

To connect remotely you can use rsh, ssh, telnet, or X (on some servers). And on some servers ftp for file transfer. See below for supported protocols.


Server Alias Operating System Access rsh/ssh/telnet ftp X server Notes
river-01 river Linux 64bit CSE users yes yes yes CPU time limited to 40 min
pond river Linux 64bit CSE users yes yes yes CPU time limited to 40 min
rory river Linux 64bit CSE users yes yes yes CPU time limited to 40 min

Please ask your advisor/TA to email in the case where you need a computer for long/heavy processes.