Yes, see the subversion page for more.
cd /nfs/notrust/cgi-bin/username, and put your files there. Make sure to make them executable: while in the directory, type this command:
chmod -R o+rx *.
http://cgibin.cs.unm.edu/username-bin/, where username is your username.
If the data was on a disk served by one of our Network Appliance file servers (ie- your home directory), just say `cd .snapshot` and there will be a list of backups over the last hours and weeks. Simply copy the desired file from the desired backup back into place (ie- `cp .snapshot/hourly.0/somefile .`).
If the data was on a disk not served by poptart, just send a detailed restore request to us indicating the exact file or directory (ie- HOST:/blah/bleh) and the date you want the restore from.
When using one of the department Apple Macintosh computers you may access the department file server as normally as any other (Linux)system. They mount NFS, so they behave the same as any Linux System
The computer lab in room 309 is open 7AM to 7PM, Monday through Friday. If you wish to have access during nights and weekends you can get Lobo Card set up to allow you to open the lab door and the front door of Farris Engineering.
See the printers page for a list.
The printers are already set to print on both sides, if you want the document to be single sided then use printer name with an 's' at the end. For example lpr -Pfec307s, fec309s, etc.
In the reminder email, you will have a link to the administrative page for your subscription. Click this link, enter the password and set the "Get password reminder email for this list?" option to no. Click "Submit my changes" at the bottom of the page to save your options.
lprm to remove your job. Use
lpq to find your
job number. For example:
lpr -Pfec304d badfile;
lpq -Pfec304d printjob_number.
Fairly often, the job moves through the queue quickly, in which case your only option is to go to the printer and attempt to delete it there. Make sure it's your job you're deleting!
Please do not disconnect or shutdown the computers in the lab. Many users are connecting remotely, so even if no one is sitting at a computer it may be in use.
See the remote login page for more information
Home directories are served from our Network Appliance servers (called poptart and strudel). We have a 40GB limit in placeM/p>
CS Alumni are welcome to use their accounts as long as they like, as long as usage stays within our usage policy. Alumni accounts will be moved to /nfs/alumni (with a 500MB quota), and mail will be sent periodically asking if the account is inactive. If there is no response to the query, the account will be marked inactive and deleted.