How do I access my Linux space from a Windows system?

Linux accounts are stored on a file server called unixspace.  To access these accounts from a Windows system: In the Start menu, right-click on Computer Left-click on the Map Network Drive… In the Drive: box, select any available drive letter. In the Folder: box, type \\unixspace.bucknell.edu\linux-username.$ (where username is your real Bucknell username) Optionally check the Reconnect at logon button if you wish to have this drive […]

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How do I FTP to Netspace from my iPad?

If you are going to purchase an iPad app to FTP to Netspace from off-campus, you’ll need one that does secure FTP (SFTP). FTP Client Pro ($1.99) does *not* support secure FTP, and so that application will work only if you are already on campus and using the Bucknell.edu wireless network. The more expensive ($9.99) FTPOnTheGo Pro *does* support SFTP. When configuring the software, […]

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How do I securely ftp to Netspace on my Mac?

Cyberduck If you have a university owned computer that is on campus, install Cyberduck from Applications/Self Service. If you have a personally owned Macintosh or a university owned Mac that is off-campus, use these instructions. Download Cyberduck from https://update.cyberduck.io/Cyberduck-4.6.4.zip Double click the zip file. A Cyberduck icon will be placed on your desktop. Drag the icon […]

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How do I install and configure the Bucknell VPN?

The Bucknell Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a tool that allows users to access many of Bucknell’s network resources from a computer that is off campus. The VPN provides a more secure connection to Bucknell’s network, while providing easy access to the following services: File Services on Netspace Use specific software Access Restricted Websites The VPN […]

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How do I securely FTP to Netspace with my Windows computer?

Bucknell requires the use of a secure FTP program in order to access Netspace from off campus. We recommend using NetSarang Xftp. This article describes how to configure Xftp to connect to Netspace. Download Xftp from NetSarang.com Choose Xftp for the free secure FTP client. nce downloaded, double click on the installer. When prompted, be […]

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How do I map network drives on my Windows computer?

A tool is available to automatically map all network drives at once (Open this link and click on “Map Network Drives”). This BU Network Drives tool is a Windows-only option. When prompted, select the Save As or Save to Disk option. After downloading, open the file (BU_Network_Drives_2.0.exe) and follow the instructions below to install the utility. […]

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How can I access files in my room and in a computer lab?

All students have secure file server space on a server called Netspace. You can store files there and access them from wherever you have a network connection. You can also use the “drop box” feature to give a file to a student or faculty member. To learn more about Netspace, just search Ask Library & […]

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How do I map a network drive when using the VPN?

After installing the latest version of the VPN software, install the BU Network Drives tool. After installing this tool, there will be an icon on your Desktop named BU Network Drives. Launch the VPN and connect to Bucknell using your Bucknell username and password. Launch BU Network Drives and enter your Bucknell username and password […]

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