User Support

Connecting to Linux File Servers from a Linux Computer

Using SCP

SCP is ideal for quick transfer of single files and directories. Syntax is similar to the Unix copy command.

For Connecting to your EWS Home Directory, you can type something like this:
scp NetID [at] linux.ews.illinois.edu:/home/NetID/example.txt /home/localusername/ewsbackup/

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Questions about this topic? Don't see what you're looking for?

Email engrit-help [at] illinois.edu, call the Help Desk at 217-333-1313, or contact your primary IT support professional.

The process for obtaining a wired network connection varies between departments, units, and buildings.  To get started, please send email to engrit-help [at] illinois.edu and indicate the department, building, and room number where you need the connection.

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Email engrit-help [at] illinois.edu, call the Help Desk at 217-333-1313, or contact your primary IT support professional.

Engineering IT staff will register the domain for you.  Send email to engrit-help [at] illinois.edu and include the following information:

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Email engrit-help [at] illinois.edu, call the Help Desk at 217-333-1313, or contact your primary IT support professional.

For Faculty and Staff:

Your department's Telecom Unit Coordinator (TUC) will know what department phones are available and advise on any neccessary hardware purchases.

Have some information ready for the TUC:

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Overview

Engineering IT offers several options for instructors who want to provide websites for their courses.

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Your ethernet jack may not be enabled

Depending on your location, it is possible the ethernet jack needs to be activated. Contact your department IT for activation. Provide the room number, building, and the jack number. If you are uncertain about the information needed, email engrit-help [at] illinois.edu for support.

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Email engrit-help [at] illinois.edu, call the Help Desk at 217-333-1313, or contact your primary IT support professional.

Microsoft has provided a Lync How-to with step-by-step instructions of collaborative tools here. Click on the View Live Demo to begin.

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Email engrit-help [at] illinois.edu, call the Help Desk at 217-333-1313, or contact your primary IT support professional.

General Information on EWS Storage Quotas

EWS users are given 10 gigabytes of storage that is shared between their Windows and Linux logins. If you fill up your disk space (quota), nothing more can be written to your drive and the system will respond oddly. Below is a list of different symptoms you may encounter.

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Email engrit-help [at] illinois.edu, call the Help Desk at 217-333-1313, or contact your primary IT support professional.

The College of Engineering and the Engineering Workstations Labs (EWS) are committed to providing a secure computing environment. To achieve this goal, EWS has disabled any protocols that transmit clear text passwords. EWS users should use SSH and/or SFTP clients to connect to linux.ews.illinois.edu. To download and use secure clients, see "configuring and using Cygwin" on this page.

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Email engrit-help [at] illinois.edu, call the Help Desk at 217-333-1313, or contact your primary IT support professional.

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