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 http://www.netsarang.com/download/free_license.html Choose Xftp for the free secure FTP client. You’ll have to provide your email address and then the link […]

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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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How do I use Microsoft Query in Excel 2010?

Microsoft Query allows you to match data from one sheet in a Microsoft Office Excel 2010 spreadsheet to data in another sheet and create a new sheet that combines the data from both source sheets. Preparation Requirements: Both sheets must have column headings. Both sheets must be in the same workbook. Both sheets must have […]

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How do I checkout an ArcGIS license?

If you are a faculty member who will be traveling with a laptop and want to use ArcGIS, please follow these instructions to check out a license. While you and your laptop are on campus, install the current version of ArcGIS from Software Center. Scroll through the list to find ArcGIS. Note: You must be on […]

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What is ChemBioDraw Ultra?

ChemBioDraw Ultra is chemistry and biology software made by PerkinElmer.  ChemBioDraw runs on Macintosh and Windows computers. Bucknell University has a site license that allows all faculty and students to install this software on University owned and personally owned computers.  It can also be installed on classroom and lab computers if requested. Learn more about installing […]

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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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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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