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==Interactive Servers==
 
==Interactive Servers==
  
CSEE provides interactive login machines for the following Operating Systems:
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CSEE provides interactive login machines:
  
* Sun Sparc Solaris
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* Fedora Linux
** sunserver1.cs.umbc.edu
 
** sunserver2.cs.umbc.edu
 
* Red Hat Linux
 
 
** linuxserver1.cs.umbc.edu
 
** linuxserver1.cs.umbc.edu
 
** linuxserver2.cs.umbc.edu
 
** linuxserver2.cs.umbc.edu
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** linuxserver3.cs.umbc.edu
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==Computative Servers==
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CSEE provides shell access logins for systems to run more math/computative processes, available for classes or research:
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* Fedora Linux
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** virgo1.cs.umbc.edu
  
 
==SSH Clients==
 
==SSH Clients==
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* Macintosh
 
* Macintosh
 
** Mac OS X has ssh available at the command line.
 
** Mac OS X has ssh available at the command line.
** Mac OS System 7 through 9 can use NiftySSH http://www.lysator.liu.se/~jonasw/freeware/niftyssh/ 
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* Linux and UNIX
* Linux and Solaris
 
 
** On CSEE servers and workstations<br/>/usr/bin/ssh
 
** On CSEE servers and workstations<br/>/usr/bin/ssh
 
** The portable source is availale from OpenSSH<br/>Site: http://www.openssh.org
 
** The portable source is availale from OpenSSH<br/>Site: http://www.openssh.org
 
* Windows
 
* Windows
 
** Putty is the recommened SSH client<br/>http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html
 
** Putty is the recommened SSH client<br/>http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html
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** Windows 10 has the command line OpenSSH (ssh command) if Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is installed

Latest revision as of 17:58, 21 August 2018

Interactive Servers

CSEE provides interactive login machines:

  • Fedora Linux
    • linuxserver1.cs.umbc.edu
    • linuxserver2.cs.umbc.edu
    • linuxserver3.cs.umbc.edu

Computative Servers

CSEE provides shell access logins for systems to run more math/computative processes, available for classes or research:

  • Fedora Linux
    • virgo1.cs.umbc.edu

SSH Clients