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  • BooNE/L3/LIGO Linux cluster
    credentials to use the GRID Notes on local disk space Access to home directories from Windows machines now available Basic instructions on setting up your own web page New web mail system in place Available Applications Local Disk Space Each machine has local not backed up disk space for temporary data storage There is about 10 GB of space per machine except for Tenaya which has less The directory on all machines is storage Local disk is useful if you would like to reduce I O overhead for your code I O access to your home directory is via the network which has much less bandwidth and higher latency than local disk This storage area is also available to other machines via the network Simply change directory to automnt machine name storage to access any machine s storage area User Setup Mail Click the link above for instructions on setting up your email program OR try our web mail system instead Printers Most printers are available There seems to be a problem printing to ocsbw though and the problem is not resolved yet 2002 Feb 01 Personal Web space All your HTML files should live in public html and they should have world readable permissions Do chmod R ugo r public html to accomplish this You should not have to do this unless you have changed the default OpenOffice org was StarOffice OpenOffice org is the open source replacement for StarOffice It has very good support for Microsoft Office documents To use OpenOffice org you need to run an initial setup in your home directory usr local OpenOffice org program setup and then choose Standard Workstation Installation when prompted Migrating from HPs The HP home directories are NFS mounted on Tenaya To find out which directory on Tenaya your HP

    Original URL path: http://gallatin.physics.lsa.umich.edu/ (2016-01-02)
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  • BooNE/L3/LIGO Linux cluster - Available Applications
    vim gvim a vi clone emacs 21 1 xemacs 21 1 an emacs spinoff pico the editor that comes with Pine a mail reader grasp an editor especially for editing C C Java ADA Math and Analysis Matlab Maple COMING

    Original URL path: http://gallatin.physics.lsa.umich.edu/applications.html (2016-01-02)
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  • BooNE/L3/LIGO Linux cluster - Mail
    may use a forward file containing the proper address Please do this so that any administrative email that is sent to your Linux account will reach you Migrating from ITD A message from Jeff Cohen ITCS Online Consulting about transferring ITD Mail account folders In our system the IMAP e mail folder collection resides on the IMAP server not your IFS Home Directory and you do not have direct access to the IMAP server What you can do is move your IMAP folder collection to your IFS Folder collection then transfer those files to your new account In this example we will transfer an IMAP folder called test to your IFS Folder collection 1 Start Pine 2 Press l for folder collection 3 Open the folder called test 4 press for select and a for all 5 Press a for apply and s for save 6 Toggle the folder collection from IMAP to IFS The command for toggling between the two change folder collection should be at the bottom of the screen 7 Type the folder name test and press enter You should be asked if you want to create the folder Press y for yes The contents of the IMAP folder test will be copied to the IFS folder test 8 Repeat for all of the IMAP folders that you wish to transfer to IFS Once this is done you can look in the directory in your IFS Home Directory called mail In there you will find individual files with names representing your IFS folder collection Each file contains all of the mail in that folder Those are the files you need to transfer to the corresponding mail folder of your new account assuming that your new account is a unix based account and you will be using Pine

    Original URL path: http://gallatin.physics.lsa.umich.edu/mail.html (2016-01-02)
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  • BooNE/L3/LIGO Linux cluster - Printers
    name Location Description ocsbw PAUL computer room HP LaserJet 8100 greyscale 2 sided prints ocsbw ss PAUL computer room HP LaserJet 8100 greyscale 1 sided prints ocscolor PAUL computer room Tektronix Phaser 850 color 2 sided prints default ocscolor ss PAUL computer room Tektronix Phaser 850 color 1 sided prints tek348 348 West Hall Tektronix Phaser 740 color 2 sided prints tek348 ss 348 West Hall Tektronix Phaser 740 color

    Original URL path: http://gallatin.physics.lsa.umich.edu/printers.html (2016-01-02)
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  • GRASP : On-line Documentation
    capabilities of GRASP It is complete with graphics showing the various dialogs and screens that will appear when you use GRASP Introduction to the Complexity Profile Graph This section provides a brief Introduction to the Complexity Profile Graph This introduction offers somewhat technical information on how the various metrics that make up the CPG are computed For information on using the CPG window users should see the Introduction to the

    Original URL path: http://gallatin.physics.lsa.umich.edu/LocalDocs/GRASP_Documentation/index.html (2016-01-02)
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  • Using Mozilla IMAP/SSL at tenaya.physics.lsa.umich.edu
    a descriptive account name The next pane will ask you for an SMTP Server Again enter tenaya physics lsa umich edu If you already use Mozilla for your email the wizard will choose to use the SMTP server that you already have defined Finish up and you should be back at the main Mail Newsgroups Settings pane In the list on the left you should see the new account that you have just set up Click on Server Settings for this new account You should see Server Type IMAP Mail Server Server Name tenaya physics lsa umich edu User Name your user name Port 143 Server Settings unchecked box Use secure connection SSL unchecked box Use secure authentication Check on the Use secure connection SSL box and you should see the Port number change to 993 Also check on Use secure authentication The folder structure on Tenaya is a bit odd All folders must be sub folders of the Inbox This is just how the server software wants it This means that you will have to change the default settings for Copies Folders Here you have two choices 1 keeping copies of sent messages drafts and templates on your own

    Original URL path: http://gallatin.physics.lsa.umich.edu/mozilla-imap.html (2016-01-02)
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  • Using Netscape IMAP/SSL at tenaya.physics.lsa.umich.edu
    titled Incoming Mail Servers If you have not done this setup before the default will be pop Select it and click Delete Now click Add A new window will pop up with three tabs General IMAP and Advanced Under General fill in the following Server Name tenaya physics lsa umich edu Server Type IMAP User Name Your user name Then click OK You will be back at the main Mail

    Original URL path: http://gallatin.physics.lsa.umich.edu/netscape-imap.html (2016-01-02)
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  • Using Pine IMAP/SSL at tenaya.physics.lsa.umich.edu
    that are already in your IMAP space you have to create a Pine Collection Do the following from Pine s main menu S Setup L Collection List A Add collection Nickname IMAP folders Server tenaya physics lsa umich edu ssl user your user name novalidate cert Path INBOX note trailing View leave this blank type Ctrl X to save this entry Y Yes save changes E Exit setup From Pine s main menu hit L to list folders Select IMAP folders and hit enter You should see all your IMAP folders By default Pine won t read subdirectories from your IMAP folders Configure Pine to view subdirectories and enable some advanced commands S Setup C Configure Scroll down to Folder Preferences X set enable lame list mode by typing x Scroll down to Advanced Command Preferences X set enable aggregate command set by typing x X set enable unix pipe cmd by typing x E Exit Setup Y Yes Save changes Now you can view the subdirectories with the command or view messages in that folder with the enter key You can also perform some advanced commands on your mail messages Note Pine defines folders as containing messages while directories contain more folders or directories So for example you will see a Saved entry when you list your folders This means that Saved can serve as a folder or a directory hence So viewing it with actually just works will show subdirectories and folders but viewing it with enter will show you messages If you d like to view separate entries for your folder and directory enable the separate folder and directory entries setting To have Pine use your local mail resources also do the following from Pine s main menu S Setup L Collection List A Add collection Nickname

    Original URL path: http://gallatin.physics.lsa.umich.edu/pine-imap.html (2016-01-02)
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