2016 Desktop and Lab Software

2016 Windows Standard Configuration Operating System: Windows 10 64-bit Unsupported 16-bit applications may no longer work on a 64-bit environment. Pre-Installed Software This software is already installed on all classroom, lab, desktop, and laptop Windows computers. Adobe Reader current Chrome current Firefox current Internet Explorer Microsoft Office 2013 Word 2013 Excel 2013 PowerPoint 2013 Project […]

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How do I restore a file on the Linux systems (unixspace)?

Every directory on the Linux systems has a hidden directory called .snapshot.  If you go into that (cd .snapshot), you’ll find a list of directories with various dates and times: [student@linuxremote1 ~/.snapshot]$ ls -lu total 1056 drwxr-x–x 104 student student 86016 Sep 25 00:00 daily.2014-09-25_0000 drwxr-x–x 104 student student 86016 Sep 26 00:00 daily.2014-09-26_0000 drwxr-x–x 104 […]

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2014 Desktop and Lab Image Software

2014 Windows Image Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit Unsupported 16-bit applications may no longer work on a 64-bit environment. Pre-Installed Software This software is already installed on all classroom, lab, desktop, and laptop Windows computers. Adobe Reader XI Chrome current Firefox current Internet Explorer Microsoft Office 2010 Word 2010 Excel 2010 PowerPoint 2010 OneNote 2010 […]

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Is there scratch space I can use on the Linux Computing Cluster?

You can request local scratch space on the Linux cluster by adding the following flag to your job script: #PBS -l nodes=ScratchSpace This tells the job scheduler to run your job on a system that has local scratch space available.  Please note that currently there is only one node with scratch space, and that each […]

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How can students install Xmanager Enterprise on their personal computers?

NOTE: Xmanager Enterprise is a Windows only application.  Mac users can install XQuartz to get a X11 environment. Go to the Start menu, right-click on Computer and select Map network drive… Select an available Drive letter. In the Folder field, enter \\softserve.bucknell.edu\public\XManager6. Check the box labeled Connect using different credentials and click Finish. When prompted, […]

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How much space do I have on the Linux systems (i.e. unixspace)?

Your Linux files are stored on a file server called unixspace.  Because unixspace has limited capacity, there is a space limitation on the material in your personal space. Note that these are ‘hard’ quotas, meaning that the system will not allow you to exceed these allocations. You will receive separate email warnings when you have reached […]

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How do I setup web pages on the Engineering/Linux web server?

Setting up web pages on the Engineering web server involves logging into a Linux system, creating the necessary directory, and changing some permissions on the files and directories you create so that the web server can access your web documents.  Here are the steps you need to follow. Login to a Linux server (such as […]

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How can I install Matlab on my computer?

Faculty & Staff University Owned Computer Install Faculty & staff have two options for installing Matlab on their university owned computer. Matlab network installer – This is an automated installer that requires the user to be connected to the Bucknell network, either directly or via the VPN, to run Matlab. This process is recommended for […]

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Full Support Linux Software

Full Support Library & IT provides full support for software that is widely used across campus. We encourage faculty, staff and students to utilize this software whenever possible. Library & IT’s goal is to provide in-depth information about these applications and will strive to find solutions to technical problems that may arise in their use. […]

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