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CS Shell Accounts

Most of the Computer Science equipment runs either a RedHat or Fedora flavor of the Linux operating system.

When connecting remotely to the research network hostname.cs.rochester.edu you should use an ssh client of your choice to connect to cycle1.cs.rochester.edu, cycle2.cs.rochester.edu, or cycle3.cs.rochester.edu and then if necessary, from that machine connect to any other cs.rochester.edu host. You may also find some resources directly available if you connect remotely via the University VPN.

When connecting remotely to the instructional network hostname.csug.rochester.edu you should use an ssh client of your choice to connect to cycle1.csug.rochester.edu, cycle2.csug.rochester.edu, or cycle3.csug.rochester.edu and then if necessary, from that machine connect to any other cs.rochester.edu host. You may also find some resources directly available if you connect remotely via the University VPN.

Linux hosts have an ssh client readily available at the command line in a terminal as does the Apple OSX operating system. For Windows users the freely available puTTY package or cygwin unix tools can provide you a free ssh client.

If you have specific questions about setting up your environment for course projects you should contact your instructor or TA for details.

If you experience access problems or equipment failure you should contact lab staff.

-- Dave Costello - 2017-01-27

 
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