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  • scripts.mit.edu
    mit edu service is provided by the Student Information Processing Board SIPB MIT s volunteer student group dedicated to computing It is neither run nor supported by IS T and we make no guarantees about uptime or support We encourage scripts mit edu users to subscribe to our announcement mailing list Quick Start Installers You can easily install a new wiki blog photo gallery forum CMS guestbook or Trac by simply running two commands at an Athena prompt athena add scripts athena scripts Web Script Service Athena users and group lockers can serve CGI scripts Perl PHP Python Ruby Scheme etc on the web using the scripts mit edu hosting service MySQL Service This service provides MySQL databases to Athena users and group lockers SQL commands can be issued from any host client and or script of your choice simply connect to the MySQL server at sql mit edu using your MySQL username and password Mail Script Service You can use procmail scripts to configure scripts to act on e mail sent to your scripts mit edu account Scheduled Jobs Service You can use cron to automatically run commands at specified times on scripts mit edu Development Blog You can

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  • scripts.mit.edu: Quick Start
    packages Wikis and Blogs MediaWiki demo wiki software from the Wikimedia Foundation that helps users to create and edit content on the web Mediawiki is especially suited for collaborative writing WordPress demo a blog publishing system Photo Galleries Gallery2 demo enables simple management and publication of photographs and other digital media Gallery2 features automatic thumbnails resizing rotation and flipping Albums can be organized hierarchically and individually controlled by administrators or privileged users Forums phpBB demo a high powered fully scalable and highly customizable bulletin board package phpBB has a user friendly interface a simple and straightforward administration panel and a helpful FAQ Software Issue Trackers Trac demo an integrated wiki ticket tracker and source code viewer for various revision control systems including Subversion and Git Web Application Frameworks TurboGears Python based rapid webapp development framework Django another Python based rapid webapp development framework Ruby on Rails Ruby based rapi webapp development framework If you would like us to create an automatic installer for a software package that is not currently on this list you can let us know by e mailing scripts mit edu Alternatively you can use the web script service to immediately set up whatever software you want to have installed After the Install You should add yourself to the scripts announce mailing list if you would like to receive announcements of major service changes and outages This list receives only a few messages per year If you set up a site for your group using scripts mit edu and you would like to be able to use a URL of the form http YOUR GROUP mit edu please visit this page on how to obtain a shorter URL Technical Details For more information see our list of Frequently Asked Questions Each of these installers does the following

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  • scripts.mit.edu: MIT SIPB Web Script Service
    can request such a hostname using our hostname management interface To sign up for the service If you just want to get started with a pre made application consider trying our Quick Start installers instead Otherwise you can sign up for the service by logging into an Athena workstation and running athena add scripts athena signup web The command will ask you whether you would like to sign up your own account or a locker that you control If you are confused about how to run the above commands on Athena e mail scripts mit edu for assistance You must have an Athena account and understand the MIT net rules of use in order to use the service You should also understand that if you install software from the web in your account you are responsible for keeping that software up to date so that it is secure This signup process will create a web scripts directory You may now put scripts in this directory and have them served to the web Your scripts filenames must end in one of the following file extensions pl php py or cgi Files whose name end with php will be executed with the PHP interpreter Otherwise each file must be marked executable chmod x filename py and have a shebang line corresponding to its interpreter This should be the first line of the file You can determine the path of an interpreter by ssh ing to the scripts server You are most likely to want one of usr bin perl usr bin python usr bin php cgi Finally add yourself to the scripts announce mailing list if you would like to receive announcements of major service changes and outages This list receives less than one e mail per month on average For more

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  • scripts.mit.edu: MIT SIPB MySQL Service
    script of your choice simply connect to the MySQL server at sql mit edu using your MySQL username and password To sign up and create databases visit sql mit edu For information about using the service with a group locker see the FAQ 2004 2013 the SIPB scripts mit edu project These pages may be reused under either the GFDL 1 2 or CC BY SA 3 0 Questions Contact

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  • scripts.mit.edu: MIT SIPB Mail Script Service
    or YOUR LOCKER NAME ANY TAG scripts mit edu or ANY TAG YOUR LOCKER NAME scripts mit edu If you have a non MIT hostname served by scripts mit edu your mail scripts will also process mail sent to ANY TAG YOUR DOMAIN com You can access the tag on a message from your procmailrc file by parsing the X Original To header or as the 1 variable To sign up for the service athena add scripts athena signup mail If you are confused about how to run the above commands on Athena e mail scripts mit edu for assistance You must have an Athena account and understand the MIT net rules of use in order to use the service This signup process will create a mail scripts directory Learn about procmail and modify your mail scripts procmailrc file to do whatever mail processing you desire You may want to look at our sample files in mit jbarnold mail scripts If your scripts need to write data be sure to give daemon scripts the necessary access in AFS Finally add yourself to the scripts announce mailing list if you would like to receive announcements of major service changes and outages

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  • scripts.mit.edu: MIT SIPB Cron Service
    not be used to run critical applications that cannot tolerate downtime To sign up for the service athena add scripts athena signup cron If you are confused about how to run the above commands on Athena e mail scripts mit edu for assistance You must have an Athena account and understand the MIT net rules of use in order to use the service This signup process will create a cron scripts directory and place a sample crontab file in it This provided crontab contains some information that should help you get started Changes to your crontab will never take effect until you explicitly load your crontab You can do so by changing to the cron scripts directory and running cronload crontab if you do so from Athena make sure you have previously run add scripts in your login shell Finally add yourself to the scripts announce mailing list if you would like to receive announcements of major service changes and outages This list receives less than one e mail per month on average For more information see our list of Frequently Asked Questions 2004 2013 the SIPB scripts mit edu project These pages may be reused under either the GFDL

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  • scripts.mit.edu: Can my group obtain a shorter URL?
    mit edu These host names are activated instantaneously and do not require approval If you own an external hostname e g example com you can point it at the Scripts server Configure your hostname with your registrar or DNS hosting as an A record for 18 181 0 46 then add your hostname using the online interface as usual Alternatively you can configure it as a CNAME for scripts vhosts mit edu which is less cryptic but interferes with using your hostname with mail scripts and also doesn t work for top level URL s i e you won t be able to do it for example com but you could for www example com For high visibility websites you can request a mit edu hostname You can use the stella command on Athena or via the web to check if the hostname you would like is available You can also transfer hostnames that you or your group owns These host names must be manually approved and we recommend they be requested sparingly If our hostname management system doesn t work for some reason you can also request a hostname by e mailing scripts mit edu Please include the name

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  • scripts.mit.edu: News and Announcements
    then visit your website in the browser that opens but see this page for more details and important information athena add scripts athena firefox test MS Office XML and OpenOffice org file types added to white list June 8 2011 at 11 24 pm by geofft in Web Script Service Our whitelist of file types served directly to the web has for a long time included doc xls and ppt With the advent of new XML based Microsoft Office formats and with the popularity of LibreOffice and OpenOffice org there have been requests for whitelisting these additional file types As of yesterday the new Office XML filetypes docx xlsx pptx etc as well as ODF file types odt ods odp etc will also be served directly to the web In addition to files you place in your locker this also affects files uploaded to your website via the standard upload feature of apps such as MediaWiki and WordPress The full list of whitelisted extensions is posted in our FAQ scripts mit edu Fedora 13 Transition September 18 2010 at 5 04 pm by ezyang in On Sunday September 26 2010 all of the scripts mit edu servers will be upgraded from Fedora 11 to Fedora 13 which was released on May 25 We strongly encourage you to test your website as soon as possible and to contact us at scripts mit edu or come to our office in W20 557 if you experience any problems The easiest way to test your site is to run the following commands at an Athena workstation and then visit your website in the browser that opens but see this page for more details and important information athena add scripts athena firefox test Certificate Authentication in Safari February 22 2010 at 3 40 am by quentin in Web Script Service If you ve tried to use our recommended configuration for authenticating users using MIT certificates you ve probably discovered that Safari users are not offered the opportunity to select a certificate This is due to a bug in Safari s SSL implementation where it will never present a certificate unless the server requires that it present one we do not require that a certificate be presented so that we can show a page saying you need certificates Starting today we ve added some additional code that will force Safari to show the certificate selection dialog If you are using the recommended configuration for certificate authentication this will take effect for your site automatically Specifically what we now do is that force an SSL renegotation if we find the Safari browser If you are using any other configuration than our recommended configuration the behavior should not change You can see the technical details of this change in our source browser New Hostname Management Inteface February 15 2010 at 7 37 pm by xavid in The scripts mit edu team is pleased to announce a new online interface for managing your scripts mit edu hostnames lovingly called

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