Computing at SEP can be very confusing for new students, especially ones who aren't familiar with networks and Unix. This page is designed to help new students get started. It is by no means a complete summary of everything you need to know so if you have questions definitely ASK a senior student!!
Computing Environment » This is a summary of the types of machines that we use here and what they are used for. Read it before you start running programs!
Linux Desktop Setup » Contains information you need to know about starting your computer account here and modifying your personal environment.
Linux Workhorse Setup » Contains information about how to install Linux operating systems (e.g., CentOS) on machines for daily computing (e.g., lost cities, moods, etc.).
Linux Cluster Setup » Contains information about how to setup parallel computing environment, such as how to setup ssh/rsh/rlogin/ without password, etc..
New Accounts » If the person starting your account has trouble, send them here!