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  • slash - Knowledge Base: Tips: Customize your dashboard page
    Discover About Help Search Search Knowledge Base Main page Categories All Articles Login Registration 9 Members Groups 3 Miscellaneous 6 Resources 1 Reward Points 1 Tags 1 Tips 5 Tools 3 Customize your dashboard page To change your dashboard page simply click the Personalize button located in the upper right corner of that page The page will enter a customization mode where you may move modules around by simple drag

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  • slash - Knowledge Base: Tips: Renaming Sessions
    xsl html js wav mp3 eps ppt pps swf tar tex gz slash Tools Support Discover About Help Search Search Knowledge Base Main page Categories All Articles Login Registration 9 Members Groups 3 Miscellaneous 6 Resources 1 Reward Points 1 Tags 1 Tips 5 Tools 3 Renaming Sessions You can rename a simulation session by simple double clicking the session title just above the active tool area The title will

    Original URL path: http://longbeach.crbs.ucsd.edu/kb/tips/rename (2016-02-17)
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  • slash - Knowledge Base: Tips: How to use WebDAV to access your hub storage
    access your hub storage with the Konqueror browser by typing the special URL webdavs HUBADDRESS webdav into the Location field of the browser It will prompt you for your hub login and password Thereafter you traverse your home directory by clicking on folders and you can drag and drop files to your desktop Cadaver is a text mode WebDAV browser It can be used if it is compiled with SSL support Invoke it with the command cadaver https HUBADDRESS webdav and it will prompt you for your hub login and password You can then use it in a manner similar to FTP If you are using Linux you can use the davfs kernel module to mount your hub storage area as a local filesystem Macintosh MacOS versions 10 4 and higher support HTTPS transport for WebDAV using the Finder To access your hub directory select the Go menu in the Finder and choose Connect to Network Server Enter the URL https HUBADDRESS webdav into the address field You will be prompted for your hub login and password MacOS versions lower than 10 4 do not have support for HTTPS but a free client exists Download Goliath and install it on your system Invoke it and use https HUBADDRESS webdav as the address to connect to Note that you may also use Goliath on newer MacOS platforms as well Windows Windows XP systems have native support for accessing WebDAV storage via HTTPS but it may be disabled by default depending on how your OS was configured Try these instructions first and then check the next set of instructions to enable WebDAV To access your hub storage Double click on the desktop icon called My Network Places This will invoke a dialog box where you can select Add Network Place This will

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  • slash - Knowledge Base: Tools
    Support Discover About Help Search Search Knowledge Base Main page Categories All Articles Login Registration 9 Members Groups 3 Miscellaneous 6 Resources 1 Reward Points 1 Tags 1 Tips 5 Tools 3 Search for articles Enter keyword or phrase Popular Recent Tools 1 3 of 3 22 Signed Applet Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 20 Troubleshoot Last updated 02 26 p on

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  • slash - Knowledge Base: Tools: Signed Applet
    Categories All Articles Login Registration 9 Members Groups 3 Miscellaneous 6 Resources 1 Reward Points 1 Tags 1 Tips 5 Tools 3 Signed Applet If you are behind a network firewall that requires you to use a web proxy with your browser your Java environment will also need to use a proxy to connect to tool sessions The default security manager for Java stipulates that an applet can make network connections only to the web server from which it was originally loaded Connecting to a proxy requires additional privileges even though the ultimate connection through the proxy is to the originating web server In order to empower an applet with additional privileges it must be signed This is a process by which a cryptographic identity is added to the applet to prove the identity of its author The first time you load a particular signed applet your Java virtual machine will show you a dialog which shows that the applet was authored by HUBzero and is confirmed by Thawte Consulting a certificate authority that most JVM s trust If you trust the author of this applet you can select Yes to load the applet A signed applet can have many

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  • slash - Knowledge Base: Tools: Troubleshoot
    jpg jpeg jpe bmp tif tiff png gif pdf zip mpg mpeg avi mov wmv asf asx ra rm txt rtf doc xsl html js wav mp3 eps ppt pps swf tar tex gz slash Tools Support Discover About Help Search Search Knowledge Base Main page Categories All Articles Login Registration 9 Members Groups 3 Miscellaneous 6 Resources 1 Reward Points 1 Tags 1 Tips 5 Tools 3 Troubleshoot There are two common reasons why you may not be able to view an application The tool is internally misconfigured If you can look at your personalized dashboard page and see that the tool you just started does not appear in the list of running sessions it exited before it could be viewed You should report this as a problem The Java interpreter won t start or is misconfigured If you ve been able to view applications in previous times with the same browser usually you can solve this problem by restarting your browser Make sure that all instances of the browser e g multiple windows are stopped in order to properly stop and restart the Java environment If this fails to make tool sessions viewable consult the Java page for

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  • slash - Knowledge Base: Tools: Help! I'm getting a Java error!
    Attach a screenshot optional jpg jpeg jpe bmp tif tiff png gif pdf zip mpg mpeg avi mov wmv asf asx ra rm txt rtf doc xsl html js wav mp3 eps ppt pps swf tar tex gz slash Tools Support Discover About Help Search Search Knowledge Base Main page Categories All Articles Login Registration 9 Members Groups 3 Miscellaneous 6 Resources 1 Reward Points 1 Tags 1 Tips 5 Tools 3 Help I m getting a Java error Users may experience a Java error on Mac OS X if they are using Java version 1 3 and below Please ensure your Java install is up to date NOTE For gecko browsers Mozilla Firefox Camino the following may be the source of the error Mozilla will only use JRE 1 3 1 even if a later JRE is installed Bug 197813 To use a newer JRE you will need to install the Java Embedding Plugin for Mac OS X This plugin is beta quality software and may have bugs and cause problems Read the Readme before installing it Java for Windows Mac OS Solaris and Linux can be downloaded here Instructions for installation may also be found at that site

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  • slash - Knowledge Base: All Articles
    20 of 29 42 Where do I go for documentation Last updated 10 25 p on 01 Apr 2011 0 Like 0 Dislike 2 Why is Hispanic Latino not a racial background choice Last updated 17 21 p on 31 Mar 2011 0 Like 0 Dislike 25 Group Guidelines Tips Last updated 15 24 p on 31 Mar 2011 0 Like 0 Dislike 1 What are groups Last updated 15 10 p on 31 Mar 2011 0 Like 0 Dislike 28 Earning points in the Questions Answers forum Last updated 13 52 p on 31 Mar 2011 0 Like 0 Dislike 29 Frequently Asked Questions Last updated 13 27 p on 27 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 27 Frequently Asked Questions Last updated 11 27 p on 27 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 7 Why do I get logged off automatically Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 15 Share a simulation session Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 23 Why the math question Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 14 How to Enable Cookies Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 22 Signed Applet Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 6 I ve lost my password Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 13 Why do I need Java Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 21 Help I m getting a Java error Last updated 02 26 p on 25 Mar 2010 0 Like 0 Dislike 5 I registered in the past but cannot log in anymore Last updated 02 26

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