Where can I find a SSH and/or Secure FTP (SFTP) client for Windows?

NetSarang Computer, Inc. offers a SSH client (called Xshell) and a SFTP client (called Xftp) or Windows that’s free for home or school use.  You can download them and find instructions for installing them here: http://www.netsarang.com/download/free_license.html NOTE: Be sure to select the option Free for Home/School during installation. See SFTP Instructions for Windows for assistance […]

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What are the names of the remote Linux login servers?

For those wishing to run an interactive session on a Linux server (e.g. course work or preparation), please use: linuxremote1.bucknell.edu linuxremote2.bucknell.edu linuxremote3.bucknell.edu For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk at 570.577.7777 or techdesk@bucknell.edu. Keywords: Linux

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How do I submit a job to the Linux Computing Cluster?

To submit a job to the computing cluster, you need to create a script which will call your program.  Here is a sample script to run your program: #!/bin/bash # NOTE: The ‘#’ symbol is NOT a comment on the first line (above) and on the ‘PBS’ lines.  Do NOT remove the ‘#’ on these […]

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How do I access my Linux space from a Macintosh?

Linux accounts are stored on a file server called unixspace.  To access these accounts from a Mac system: Single-click on your hard drive icon (usually in the upper right corner of your desktop) From the Go menu, select Connect to Server… In the Server Address: box, type smb://unixspace/linux-username.$ (where username is your actual Bucknell username) Click […]

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How do I begin using the Linux Computing Cluster?

To use the Linux Computing Cluster, you’ll need to login to one of the following linuxremote servers using Secure Shell (SSH): linuxremote1.bucknell.edu linuxremote2.bucknell.edu linuxremote3.bucknell.edu All Bucknell faculty, staff & students have Linux accounts.  Your username is just your usual Bucknell username and your password is your typical Bucknell password (myBucknell, email, etc.). Then check out […]

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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: Open the Windows File Explorer Right-click on This PC and then left-click on 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 […]

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