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  • Eos, Engineering Computing at North Carolina State University
    product free of charge Jul 7 SOC Recommended Specs and Laptops for Fall 2015 May 28 Buying a New Laptop Fall 2015 May 28 What Google Fiber May Mean for North Carolina NC State and R D Jan 21 Mathcad Prime 3 0 Student Version available for NCSU Students Faculty and Staff for 35 Jan 15 OIT News January 2015 RSS Feed More Eos Announcements Find a Computer Lab Engineering students can work in any Eos lab See the lab schedule before you get there Meet to work on team projects in our collaboratories Run Software We have 59 applications available We license a variety of engineering software for students to use Our software catalog tells you what runs where Some applications are available for download Leverage Your Laptop Get the most from your personal computer The college publishes laptop recommendations for student owned computers and other helpful advice Store and Deliver Need extra storage Need a web site Request a personal locker or web space Content can be for your eyes only or world readable on the web Connect Remotely We have hundreds of computers standing by Need a faster computer or software from a lab You don t

    Original URL path: http://www.eos.ncsu.edu/ (2015-12-23)
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  • Eos Computing Labs Availability and Schedule | NC State
    11pm 1pm to 11pm DHL GCMNS 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 6pm 9am to 11pm 1pm to 11pm DHL STACKS 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 6pm 9am to 11pm 1pm to 11pm DSW 122 8am to 5pm 8am to 5pm 8am to 5pm 8am to 5pm 8am to 5pm 8am to 5pm 8am to 5pm EB1 B04 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm 7am to 11pm EB3 2108 Open 24 7 Open 24 7 Open 24 7 Open 24 7 Open 24 7 Open 24 7 Open 24 7 JHL FLR 4 Open when the building is open Open when the building is open Open when the building is open Open when the building is open Open when the building is open Open when the building is open Open when the building is open MN 306 8am to 10pm 8am to 10pm 8am to 10pm 8am to 10pm 8am to 10pm 10am to 5pm 10am to 5pm MN 320 8am to 10pm 8am to 10pm 8am to 10pm 8am to 10pm 8am to 10pm 10am to 5pm 10am to 5pm Who can use the labs Students must be enrolled in at least one engineering course to use Eos labs ITECS is responsible for all workstations equipment in the labs and collaboratories and for hiring and managing help desk staff Academic departments are responsible for the space rooms in which the equipment is housed WolfPrint is responsible for maintenance and support of lab printers Students are responsible for following Lab Policy Access to Eos Computers on Main Campus The labs in Daniels DAN are open if the buildings are open They

    Original URL path: http://www.eos.ncsu.edu/labs/ (2015-12-23)
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  • Software for Engineering Students
    The College of Engineering Computer Committee reviews and approves these requests and renewals of software View the Full List of Supported Applications Resources The following areas are restricted to WRAP Authenticated Users Only Downloads Manuals Faculty and Staff Software Requests Software Announcements September 15 2015 ANSYS Student product free of charge January 21 2015 Mathcad Prime 3 0 Student Version available for NCSU Students Faculty and Staff for 35 Return

    Original URL path: http://www.eos.ncsu.edu/software/ (2015-12-23)
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  • Student Owned Computing
    About Your Laptop Laptops in the Classroom Using Laptops on Campus Support FAQ Self Support Getting Help Windows on a Mac MS DreamSpark Theft Prevention Remote Access Resources Wireless Coverage Contact Us Search Headlines in Student Owned Computing No headlines are currently available Give us a day or two Recent SOC News Recommended Specs and Laptops for Fall 2015 A Note about Macs Recommended Specs for Fall 2014 Update on

    Original URL path: http://www.eos.ncsu.edu/soc/?from=eos+home+nav (2015-12-23)
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  • File and Web Services, Engineering Computing
    for their students to use in class No web delivery is available from administrative research and course workspace lockers Get Administration or Research lockers afs eos lockers admin dept locker or afs eos lockers research dept locker Get Course Workspace afs eos lockers workspace dept course section locker Web Space Web lockers provide space for the websites of student organizations departments administration and research All web lockers must be organized under one of our hosted domains and must be requested by the domain webmaster Get Web Space afs eos engrwww sites vhost locker Course web space is handled through Wolfware and other Learning Management Systems Personal File and Web Space Engineering students faculty and staff can request and own personal or people lockers Get Personal file and web space afs eos lockers people a z unityid Locker Management Locker Portal Because managing locker access and quota at the command line can be tedious and time consuming ITECS developed the Locker Portal web tool for this purpose As a result running fs and afs commands is NOT required or recommended If you are the locker owner a list of the lockers you own and instructions for adding and removing people to from groups are at locker portal site at http www eos ncsu edu lockers portal You can also request additional quota and perform other routine locker maintenance tasks A locker is a logically collected set of AFS volumes with its own quota and access control list ACL Paths to lockers always begin with afs on Windows lab and administrative computers afs is mapped to the J drive However locker paths branch into different parts of the AFS file tree depending on how the locker needs to be configured for use For example web locker space is configured for access by

    Original URL path: http://www.eos.ncsu.edu/services/ (2015-12-23)
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  • Remote Access Services
    software for class homework research etc How Do I Connect Users connect to a remote access server in order to transfer files or run an application remotely Your classification at the university determines which RAS server you are authorized to use Server Address Who can access ftp ncsu edu NCSU faculty staff and students remote eos ncsu edu Engineering faculty staff and students remote linux eos ncsu edu Engineering faculty staff and students Note RAS servers run Red Hat Enterprise Linux RHEL ssh ncsu edu and login ncsu edu were decommissioned 6 30 09 A high speed broadband connection is recommended particularly if you are transferring large or multiple files or if the applications you run are complex and graphically intensive Connection over the campus wireless network is supported but usually slower For some file transfer users might prefer the CHASS college s Velocity server which is open to all NCSU The following instructions explain how to connect remotely from Windows Mac and Linux operating systems to Windows and Linux applications on RAS servers or in VCL Instructions by Operating System Windows Use ExpanDrive or WinSCP to transfer files between your PC and NCSU file space or login to VCL

    Original URL path: http://www.eos.ncsu.edu/remoteaccess/ (2015-12-23)
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  • Eos News and Announcements
    that most Engineering applications are only available for Windows a student can successfully use a Mac as their primary computer as long as they are willing to deal with a few workarounds Read more at our Macs in Engineering page May 28 2015 Buying a New Laptop Fall 2015 The College of Engineering expects all incoming students to own a laptop or tablet If you are planning to purchase one we d like to offer some advice and guidance Visit our website for bringing or purchasing a computer for Fall 2015 Recommended Specs and Models for Fall 2015 May 28 2015 What Google Fiber May Mean for North Carolina NC State and R D On Jan 27 2015 Google announced that it would be expanding its fiber optic network Google Fiber into four new metropolitan areas Raleigh Durham Charlotte Atlanta and Nashville So what Google Fiber is basically a form of infrastructure for connecting to the Internet It s a big deal because it promises online connection speeds of up to 1 000 megabits per second Mbps You don t really need to know what Mbps means to appreciate that 1 000 Mbps is much faster than 45 50 Mbps which are the highest possible download speeds reported by two major Internet service providers And that s for the most expensive packages most customers are probably using download speeds of between 6 and 15 Mpbs But what does a faster internet connection mean in practical terms How could it affect the Raleigh Durham area for example What could it mean for NC State Read the rest of the article January 21 2015 Mathcad Prime 3 0 Student Version available for NCSU Students Faculty and Staff for 35 PTC the developer of Mathcad Prime is providing the Mathcad Prime 3 0 Student Edition and eLearning Library Bundle for purchase on their e store by NCSU students faculty and staff for 35 The offer is available for personally owned computers for academic purposes only Eligible individuals are required to use their ncsu edu email address to purchase Visit http www ptc com go ncsu for additional details and to purchase the software January 15 2015 OIT News January 2015 See NC State IT news articles at http oit ncsu edu news releases oit news january 2015 January 15 2015 2015 Update on Orgsync CollegiateLink and AFS All engineering student organizations are required to register in the CollegiateLink software at the campus Get Involved site That registration should be done by the President or principal officer of the organization Any student can create a Profile in CollegiateLink at http getinvolved ncsu edu account profile and then search and join organizations The AFS lockers under this domain http students engr ncsu edu used to provide space for websites but engineering student organizations should now use CollegiateLink Orgsync Google sites Facebook or a combination of these and possibly other social networking platforms Please make plans to move out of your AFS locker by the end

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  • About Eos, Engineering Computing
    Engineering Computer Operations ECO is to build and support Eos Guided by the COE Computer Committee ITECS acquires and installs the software and hardware that faculty need for teaching ITECS works with department IT to meet the discipline specific requirements of individual departments and with university IT such as DELTA and OIT to develop technologies that benefit both college and university computing In 1990 engineering students selected Eos Greek goddess of the dawn as the name for the college computing environment Eos was originally built with technologies developed in the Athena Project at MIT and Project Andrew at Carnegie Mellon University Formerly an engineering only system Eos was expanded to the rest of campus during the mid 90s in a project called Unity Today all NCSU students faculty and staff receive Unity accounts on a fully merged Eos Unity realm More information about Eos can be found in our handout on Engineering Student Computing What s in a Name Eos or EOS Read the full explanation of how Eos got its name Where Did Eos Come From Check out these historical documents Enhancement of Undergraduate Computing in the School of Engineering May 6 1987 Request for Proposals for Implementation of

    Original URL path: http://www.eos.ncsu.edu/about.php (2015-12-23)
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