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 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 this link Double click the zip file. A Cyberduck icon will be placed on your desktop. Drag […]

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What kind of cable do I need to project from a Mac?

Apple has a changing variety of cables to display from their various products.  The specific cable needed will depend on the type of product being used and where the image will be displayed. Apple products can output in VGA, DVI, S-Video, and composite formats. Classrooms at Bucknell currently support VGA, S-Video, HDMI, and composite formats. […]

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