The command, alpine, may be used to read your mail.
The mail server is grad.physics.sunysb.edu. Use the POP3 or IMAP with SSL.
Mail certificates for IMAPs, POP3s are (send a mail to system admin for
a password to unlock the files,
Mail Certificate for grad: POP3s
Mail Certificate for grad: IMAPs
For outgoing mail, use the campus mail relay server, mailrelay.sunysb.edu.
To forward your mail to another PC, put a file, .forward, in your home area.
The file should have a line, e.g. remote_account@remote_site.com.
Use the Window Secure Shell Login (ssh, see www.openssh.com) to login to the grad.
ssh to grad14 and use yppasswd to change your password.
(e.g. ssh -l username grad14.physics.sunysb.edu)
If you forgot your password, send me a mail and wait for
further instruction. The password cannot be given over
The command is lpr filename_to_print
lpq for the status of the printer queue,
lprm entry# to cancel your job.
You may use a common scratch disk to store your files, use the command,
This scratch area is subject to periodic purging (about 4 or more
months) or whenever the disk is full.
An Iomega zip drive is available on Dell PC, you may use a 100 MB
or a 200 MB diskette to store your files. Use the command,
ssh grad14 (login to grad14 to check it)
If your disk quota is exceeded, you may not be able to login as a
x-window client. try a Window PC and do a secure-shell login (ssh).
Next, connect to grad14 using ssh, try
du | less -- disk usage
Please use GRAD12/Window or Linux/xcdroast to write your CDROM disk.
v0.4 05/16/2006 Kim Ng