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  • EECS Instructional Support Group Home Page
    network outages June 25 student job opening in instructional IT Apr 14 199 Cory renovated SanDisk lab opens April 15 also Can t login Email Disk quotas Print quotas Cardkey not working CS EE and EECS Course Home Pages How to Access the Instructional Computers Computer and Electronics Labs AV Facilities Accounts Software Information for Instructors New Users Getting Started Finding Computer Resources in EECS Computer Use Rules and Policies

    Original URL path: http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/ (2014-07-04)
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  • EECS Instructional Staff
    EECS classes Instructional computer accounts with email Instructional WEB sites for students and courses Vacations Policies Responsibilities Weekend staffing no food discipline Electronics Support Group ESG 377 380 Cory esg at eecs berkeley edu 510 847 4448 847 3783 Engineering support for EECS classes Repair of electronic equipment and printers multimedia and AV resources Staff Org Chart Rooms Classes Staff Planned Absences Job Openings Instructional and Other Computing Resources in

    Original URL path: http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~inst/ (2014-07-04)
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  • EECS Instructional Search Page
    Electrical Engineering Computer Sciences Instructional Support Group WEB Site Search Searches the Instructional documentation only The Instructional documentation is a subset of all of the technical procedural and policy documentation that is available under the EECS Instructional Research Information Systems

    Original URL path: http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/query.html (2014-07-04)
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  • EECS Instructional FAQ
    are the labs What computers are there Where are the printers How do I use them How can I find the software and manuals I need What can you tell me about a specific course How do I gain access to the computers from home Can I stop the spam frequent unsolicited ads in email My account hasn t expired but I can t login What can I do Arghh

    Original URL path: http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/faq.html (2014-07-04)
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  • EECS Instructional Notices
    email servers on EECS computers AirBears was down For updates from the EECS network staff please see https iris eecs berkeley edu news 10633 eecs network in a degraded Nov 13 phishing spam from EECS at UC Berkeley don t answer If you have received this email please DELETE it without clicking on the link From UC Berkeley EECS Subject validate and upgrade to our new Mail hub system This Email Is from the UC Berkeley EECS Support We Will Be Making Some Vital E Mail Account Maintenance Today 12th of November 2013 To avoid your e mail account been terminated during this upgrade Kindly Click Here and follow the instructions to validate and upgrade to our new Mail hub system This is a phishing scam and is NOT from EECS administrators You may have found that obvious because of the addresses in the full email header From intpa mta ca Wed Nov 13 16 59 23 2013 To Recipients ltadmissions txstate edu gt From UC Berkeley EECS ltadmissions txstate edu gt Nov 4 some printers were down over the weekend Printers that are spooled via the iprint eecs server were down from about 8am Saturday Nov 2 through 10 30am Monday Nov 4 This includes the printers lw199 iprint lw199a iprint lw199b iprint in 199 Cory lw119 iprint in 119 Cory lwh30 iprint in 200 Sutadja Dai lw274 iprint print274a iprint print274b iprint in 274 Soda lw330 iprint in 330 Soda lw349 iprint in 349 Soda All print jobs that were queued during that time have been canceled and will not count against the user s print quota Oct 9 new Synopsys licenses Svisual replaces Tecplot We are transitioning to new Synopsys licenses during October The TecPlot program is replaced by the Sentaraus Visual Svisual and some functions of the INSPECT scripting language will no longer work For details please see http inst eecs berkeley edu cgi bin pub cgi file synopsys help To give GSIs researchers and students time to test the new Svisual features we ll run the new licenses from about noon 6pm each weekday until Oct 25 2013 After that Tecplot will become obsolete Please report questions or problems to inst eecs berkleley edu Oct 4 The imail eecs mail server was not accepting incoming mail from about 8pm Thurday 10am Friday The Instructional email server refused incoming mail from 8pm on Thursday until 10am on Friday All backlogged mail seems to be delivered now 10 30am Friday Email that is refused is cached on the senders computers and retried periodically until it gets through so emails were delayed but not lost Oct 1 EECS Instructional services have been restored after the power outage There was a campus power failure yesterday http newscenter berkeley edu EECS Instructional services were restored by noon today Oct 1 Please report any problems to inst eecs berkeley edu Sep 12 major power failure computer outage 8am 2pm At about 8 15am a transformer near Evans Hall broke and caused

    Original URL path: http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/notices.html (2014-07-04)
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  • ISG Job Openings
    About Jobs at UC Berkeley Current Listings at UC Berkeley Search UCB ERecruit UC Berkeley Part Time and Full Time Jobs and Career Services Definitions of PA CRS DevTech etc Student Assistant Rates Auditing Salary and Benefits Info Background Checks for New Employees directions to Cory or Soda Hall To Apply for a Full Time Staff Position Please direct questions and submit applications to the Berkeley Campus Employment Services Room

    Original URL path: http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~kevinm/jobs/ (2014-07-04)
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  • Connecting to EECS Instructional Computers
    second home directory on the same server you will not be asked for another Username and Password Instead you will be connected using the permissions of the first connection you made So it is likely that the second connection will not have full access permissions or will not be permitted at all The only way you can get full acess to the second home directory is to logout of Windows login again and connect to that home directory first If all this fails you could use email or USB memory to copy the file if you are on a non EECS Windows computer You can login to one of our UNIX servers using Putty Enable X11 tunneling and start Xming before you login so UNIX graphics programs can open windows on your PC You can copy files to your EECS UNIX account using WinSCP See ftp help for free programs that you can install at home and use to transfer files from your account on the instrcutional UNIX computers You can logon to one of our Windows servers using the Remote Desktop Connection client You can set it so that the disks on your local computer are connected to the logon session on our server When you start your RDC program type in the name of our Windows server then select Options Local Resources Local devices and click on disks then on Connect Your local disks will appear in the My Computer window on our server and you can drag files to and from them If all this fails you could use email or USB memory to copy the file Using email or removable media to transfer files You can copy files by emailing the files to yourself as attachments and downloading them from the email server to the computer UNIX or Windows where you read the email Instuctional accounts can logon to imail eecs berkeley edu to read and post email See tar help man tar and man uuencode for methods of bundling UNIX files for delivery by email You can copy files to removable media such as a CD RW or DVD RW disk a flash memory card or a USB memory stick See multimedia help for the current location of these drives in the EECS Instructional labs How Do I Display UNIX Graphics to My Computer Summary Don t use the telnet programs that come with Exceed X11 etc Start XWindows such as Xming Windows or X11 Mac Linux UNIX workstations in the EECS labs are already running XWindows Login to a UNIX server using putty Windows or ssh UNIX Mac with Forward X11 enabled Type xterm or etc in the UNIX window A window should pop up on your PC or Mac screen You can login to our UNIX systems and run programs there that display their graphical output on your computer screen To do this you need an XWindows server running on your computer You can download free software for this On UNIX computers XWindows is standard software See ssh help for information about enabling Forward X11 when logging in with ssh On MS Windows computers we use the open source program Xming This replaced Exceed which is overly complicated because of features that we don t need On MacOSX computers most people use Apple s X11 found at http www apple com macosx features x11 download This software is included in MacOSX starting with MacOSX 10 3 On pre MacOSX computers XTen is a commercial 175 version of XWindows To login to UNIX and run XWindows programs from a MS Windows computer follow these steps Open a Putty window on the PC enable X11 Forwarding and login to your UNIX account Start Xming on the PC To verify that you have X11 working type an XWindows command such as xterm at the UNIX command line in the Putty window A window from the UNIX system should pop up on your screen Note that the Xll tunneling sets the UNIX DISPLAY variable to something with localhost in it and you should not change that You can verify that it is set right by typing printenv DISPLAY in the Putty window Troubleshooting XWindows problems Here are some common errors and their causes Problem Possible Causes Solutions You type the UNIX command such as xterm and you get an error similar to X connection to 128 32 138 27 11 0 broken explicit kill or server shutdown An XWindows server Xming XDarwin etc is not running on your local computer The Xauthority file in the user s UNIX directory is old The UNIX account is over its disk quota this prevents the Xauthority file from being written Your firewall is blocking it Start an XWindows server on your desktop computer Delete Xauthority file in your UNIX acocunt login again to UNIX account Reduce UNIX disk usage and login to the UNIX account again Turn off the firewall and try again If that fixes it then turn the firewall back on and enable the XWindows server Xming Exceed etc For the Symantec filewall turn off auto protect and tell it to alert you when it blocks something so you ll get a chance to allow the XWindows connections You type the UNIX command such as xterm and you get an error similar to Error Can t open display OR Error Can t open display cory eecs berkeley edu 0 0 X11 Forwarding is not enabled in the Ssh window You have an old setenv DISPLAY command in your cshrc or login file Logout from UNIX enable X11 Forwarding login again Remove all hard coded setenv DISPLAY commands logout login again You type emacs and it just hangs for 30 seconds to a minute then you are disconnected from the server you are logged onto X11 Forwarding is enabled in the Ssh window but you are not running an XWindows server You have an old setenv DISPLAY command in your cshrc or login file Run the command emacs nw

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  • EECS Courses
    and past course sites hosted on EECS server bSpace optional course sites with Chat Wiki etc login using CalNet Schedule of Courses locations times WebCasts Online EECS Grading Utilities HKN Student Services tutoring course surveys prerequisites ATDP Courses use EECS labs in the summer UCB Summer Sessions UC Berkeley Extension Concurrent Enrollment Graduate Admissions Re EE and CS curriculum and admissions GradAdmissions eecs berkeley edu Undergrad Admissions EECS Prospective EECS

    Original URL path: http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/classes.html (2014-07-04)
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