Commit 569ce6a0 authored by Sam Moore's avatar Sam Moore

Make it 12pg with Services

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% clash with global command
% \newcommand{\server}[1]{\emph{#1}}
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\begin{comment}
This Chapter provides an overview of UCC's services (as of January 2014); how to use them, what they are for, what servers are responsible for them. The full hostname for a server is \server{server.ucc.asn.au}.
Servers are usually named after fish beginning with M. This is because they are in the Machine Room, and they run Linux. The mascot for Linux is Tux, a penguin, and he likes to eat fish.
Remember that all services are maintained by UCC's members. If you are interested in learning more, or running a new service, ask someone!
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%\end{mdframed}
\newenvironment{uccservice}[2]
{
\section{#1}
\begin{mdframed}
Machine(s) Involved: \server{#2}
\end{mdframed}
%\begin{mdframed}
%\noindent{\bf Machine(s) Involved:} \server{#2} % Freshers don't need to know this
%\end{mdframed}
}
\begin{uccservice}{Games}{heathred}
The Heathred A. Loveday memorial games server hosts the following games on a regular basis:
\begin{itemize}
\item Minecraft -- The server is \server{minecraft}, a VM on \server{heathred}
\item TF2
\item Enemy Territory (popular at LANs)
\end{itemize}
The Heathred A. Loveday memorial games server hosts many games including: Minecraft, TF2 and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (ET).
Administrator access to \server{heathred} is fairly unrestricted; it is also available as a general use server. For example, its GPU has been used in the past for number crunching projects.
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\end{uccservice}
\begin{uccservice}{Email}{mooneye}
UCC proudly runs its own mail server. You have an email account <[email protected]>. The address <[email protected]> will also work.
UCC proudly runs its own mail server. You have an email account \texttt{<[email protected]>}.
Upon creating your account you can choose an address to foward all emails to. You can change this at any time by editing the ".forward" file in your home directory.
\begin{comment}
% Normal people just use forwarding
Alternately, you can use one of several methods to check your UCC email directly.
\begin{enumerate}
\item alpine --- Connect via SSH and run "alpine".
\item webmail --- Several options will be presented to you at \url{http://webmail.ucc.asn.au}
\item mail client (eg: Thunderbird) --- The server name is \server{secure.ucc.asn.au}. Use port 993 and IMAP. With your UCC username and password.
\end{enumerate}
\end{comment}
\end{uccservice}
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UCC uses a Wiki called "MoinMoin" to store documentation on servers, events, and miscellaneous things. It is visible at \url{http://wiki.ucc.asn.au}.
\end{uccservice}
\begin{comment}
% Not useful to Freshers
\begin{uccservice}{User Logins}{mussel, mylah}
We use something called LDAP for authentication and linux accounts. SAMBA is involved for windows logins. Only one member really knows how this works, so I will move swiftly on.
\end{uccservice}
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\end{uccservice}
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\begin{uccservice}{Virtual Machine Hosting}{medico, motsugo, heathred, mylah}
Members who are particularly nice to wheel group can get their own VM hosted at UCC. \server{medico} runs the amazing ProxMox interface and is used for all new VMs. The typical way to use this interface is from a web browser on \server{maaxen}, a VM running on \server{medico}...
Members who are particularly nice to wheel group can get their own VM hosted at UCC. %\server{medico} runs the amazing ProxMox interface and is used for all new VMs. The typical way to use this interface is from a web browser on \server{maaxen}, a VM running on \server{medico}...
\server{heathred} is used for VMs when wheel complains that they aren't important enough to justify using all of \server{medico}'s CPU *cough* minecraft *cough*.
%\server{heathred} is used for VMs when wheel complains that they aren't important enough to justify using all of \server{medico}'s CPU *cough* minecraft *cough*.
\end{uccservice}
% Either mentioned elsewhere or not important
\begin{uccservice}{Windows Server}{maaxen}
\server{maaxen} is our token Windows server. It can be accessed through RDP, but beware, as it only supports two simultaneous sessions. \server{maaxen} boasts a range of useful programs including Notepad and Matlab.
\end{uccservice}
\begin{uccservice}{IRC}{mussel, mantis}
IRC is discussed in Chapters \ref{SetupAccount} and \ref{Communications}.
Our two IRC servers are bridged with CASSA and ComSSA, computer science associations at other Universities.
\end{uccservice}
\begin{uccservice}{General Use}{motsugo}
SSH access is available to several servers, but \server{motsugo} is the best choice for general use. It is mostly used for personal software projects, and to run members' screen sessions so they can be \emph{constantly} connected to IRC.
SSH access is available to several servers, but \server{motsugo} is the best choice for general use. %It is mostly used for personal software projects, and to run members' screen sessions so they can be \emph{constantly} connected to IRC.
\end{uccservice}
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\include{chapters/SetupAccount}
\include{chapters/Dispense101}
\include{chapters/Events}
\include{chapters/Groups}
\include{chapters/Clubroom}
\include{chapters/Communications}
\include{chapters/Games}
%\include{chapters/Services}
\linespread{1.0}
\include{chapters/UnixCommands}
\include{chapters/Glossary}
%\include{chapters/Groups}
%\include{chapters/Clubroom}
%\include{chapters/Communications}
%\include{chapters/Games}
\include{chapters/Services}
%\linespread{1.0}
%\include{chapters/UnixCommands}
%\include{chapters/Glossary}
% ETC
%\newpage
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