How do I access Netspace on a Mac?

To log on to a server: From the Go menu, select Connect to Server. Under the At drop down menu, four servers are available on some Bucknell images: Departments indexes all department space alphabetically. Organizations indexes the space of all organizations alphabetically. From within People, you can access the Facultystaff, Student and Courtesy subdirectories. This […]

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How do I fix wireless problems on my Mac?

If your Mac is asking you for a password every time the computer wakes from sleep or logs in, there is a way to fix it.  This issue most often occurs shortly after you have changed your Bucknell password. Sometimes you will see this message: You may also see this message, and usually, entering the […]

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Do you support Macs as well as the Dells?

Our student support for the Dells is higher than our support for the Macs, as the Dells can have complete care warranty information and the Dells have some replaceable parts. The Macs are not designed to be easily repaired, and in fact, many parts are soldered onto the system board (and are thus no replaceable).  […]

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How do I create PDF files on Mac OS X?

Open up the document you’d like to convert into a PDF. From the File menu, choose Print… On the Print dialog box, click Save as PDF… or PDF and then Save as PDF… In the Save to File dialog box, navigate to the place you’d like to save your PDF. Type in a name for […]

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Will the portable hard drive I borrowed work with my Mac/PC?

Equipment Services has hard drives that will work with both PCs and Macs. Just let us know what type of computer you will be using when you make your reservation and we will make sure the right equipment is reserved for you. For additional information or assistance, please contact the Equipment Desk at 570.577.7733 or equipdesk@bucknell.edu. […]

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How do I change the password I use to log onto my Macintosh?

It is advisable that you occasionally change your passwords. Changing your network logon password will not change the password you use to log onto your Macintosh. Changing your Macintosh logon password on a faculty or staff desktop computer will not change your network password. Changing Your OS X Password: From the Apple menu, select System […]

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What does Bucknell’s SPSS for Mac license include?

Bucknell’s SPSS for Mac license includes the following: PASW® Statistics Base 17.0.2,Mac,English PASW® Advanced Statistics 17.0.2,All O/S,All Languages PASW® Categories 17.0.2,All O/S,All Languages PASW® Custom Tables 17.0.2,All O/S,All Languages PASW® Forecasting 17.0.2,All O/S,All Languages PASW® Regression 17.0.2,All O/S,All Languages PASW® Tables Original 17.0.2,All O/S,All Languages PASW® Trends Original 17.0.2,All O/S,All Languages For additional information or […]

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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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