Commit e9748ef2 authored by mpomery's avatar mpomery

Fixed Services. Changes SSH

parent c7fd71e4
......@@ -19,7 +19,8 @@ Remember that all services are maintained by UCC's members. If you are intereste
%\begin{mdframed}
\begin{minipage}{\textwidth}
\section{#1}
%Machine(s) Involved: \server{#2}
Machine(s) Involved: \server{#2}\\
\\
}{
\end{minipage}
%\end{mdframed}
......@@ -106,11 +107,10 @@ Members who are particularly nice to wheel group can get their own VM hosted at
\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}.
\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}
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......@@ -20,17 +20,15 @@ Accessing the UCC WiFi network can be a bit tricky (particularly on Windows mach
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\pagebreak
%\begin{mdframed}
\section{SSH for Great Good}
SSH is a program that lets you remotely access UCC's servers. These can be used for almost anything (legal) you can imagine; programming, website hosting, file storage, IRC chatting (see Chapter \ref{Communications}), dispensing drinks, and many more things.
SSH is a program that lets you remotely access UCC's servers. These can be used for almost anything (legal) you can imagine; programming, website hosting, file storage, IRC chatting, dispensing drinks, and many more things.
The easiest way to use SSH is from a Linux clubroom desktop. Simply open a "terminal" application, type "ssh ssh" and enter your password. It should look like Figure \ref{ssh.png}.
The easiest way to use SSH is from a Linux clubroom desktop. Simply open a "terminal" application, type "ssh ssh" and enter your password.
From a windows machine, open a program called "PuTTy" (or "KiTTy" on some machines). Enter the address "ssh" and click "Open". See Figure \ref{putty.png}.
From a windows machine, open a program called "PuTTy" (or "KiTTy" on some machines). Enter the address "ssh" and click "Open".
Once you are logged in, a good way to start is running "irssi -c irc" and then typing "/join \#ucc". The interface of irssi takes some getting used to, but when combined with "screen" (ask someone for help) it is a powerful weapon for procrastination.
......@@ -43,11 +41,11 @@ You don't have to be in the UCC clubroom to use SSH! Simply use "[email protected]
% \label{ssh.png}
%\end{figure}
\begin{figure}[H]
\centering
\includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth]{figures/putty.png}
\caption{Use PuTTY to SSH. Just press "Open"}
\label{putty.png}
\end{figure}
%\begin{figure}[H]
% \centering
% \includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth]{figures/putty.png}
% \caption{Use PuTTY to SSH. Just press "Open"}
% \label{putty.png}
%\end{figure}
%\end{mdframed}
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