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==Connecting to Evergreen's File Servers==
==Connecting to Evergreen's File Servers==
*[[Connect to File Space - Macintosh]]
* [[Connect to Calawah - Linux]]
*[[Connect to File Space - Windows]]
* [[Connect to Calawah - Mac OS X]]
*[[Connect to File Space - Linux]]
* [[Connect to Calawah - Windows]]
* [[Connect to Hurricane - Linux]]
* [[Connect to Hurricane - Mac OS X]]
* [[Connect to Hurricane - Windows]]

Revision as of 10:46, 13 July 2007

What is networked file space?

Network filespace is a folder on the network which is available to all Evergreen students by request. This can be done through the my.evergreen.edu web interface. Once you've requested this space, within a day you should have a new folder (name based on your login name) with a 100Mb space limit.

Why use it?

  • The floppy disk in your back pack will quit working some day.
  • If your hard drive stops working, you might not be able to extract your files from it.
  • Evergreen's servers are backed up nightly, which means your files are safe.
  • Files saved on servers are accessible from all campus computers. You can also access them from home.

Getting Started with File Space

Evergreen's File Servers

  • Calawah - general access student file shares
  • Masu - scientific computing file shares
  • Nimrod - media file shares
  • Hurricane - Faculty & Staff file shares

Connecting to Evergreen's File Servers