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Scratch is an open access file space on the Calawah server.  Students, staff and faculty all have read and write access to it; be aware that this means that you should treat saving on Scratch as a temporary measure only, as anyone can remove or edit your files.
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    Scratch is an open access file space on the Calawah server.  Students, staff and faculty all have read and write access to it; be aware that this means that you should treat saving on Scratch as a temporary measure only, as anyone can remove or edit your files.
  
 
For tips on connecting to Scratch, please see:
 
For tips on connecting to Scratch, please see:

Revision as of 14:55, 6 May 2009

    Scratch is an open access file space on the Calawah server.  Students, staff and faculty all have read and write access to it; be aware that this means that you should treat saving on Scratch as a temporary measure only, as anyone can remove or edit your files.

For tips on connecting to Scratch, please see:

Connect to Calawah - Mac OS X
Connect to Calawah - Windows

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