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Submitted by arkurth on Wed, 07/02/2008 - 14:43
This depends on what operating system you are connecting from and to. See 'Where to save my files' for a detailed explanation.
Submitted by arkurth on Wed, 07/02/2008 - 14:42
Windows XP and custom Red Hat Enterprise Linux computers are reloaded after your reservation has completed or your session has timed out. Therefore, any work left on the server is erased or lost. Make sure you save your work to the network filespace (AFS), a thumb drive, or your local computers hard drive.
Submitted by fapeeler on Wed, 07/09/2008 - 14:21
For remote access to a Windows XP VCL environment there are 3 options for saving your files:
Where should I save my files when connecting to a Non-Realm Red Hat Enterprise Linux VCL environment?Submitted by fapeeler on Wed, 07/09/2008 - 14:10
Most of the non-Realm Linux environments have openAFS installed and configured for NCSU acounts. If you are using a NCSU account, simply transfer you data from the remote machine to a location in /afs.
If AFS or some other network share is not mounted. Then you will need to transfer your data using sftp(secure file transfer protocol) or scp(secure copy). This requires you to copy it to your local machine or another machhine you have access to.
Copying data from the remote computer to your local machine:
Where should I save my files when connecting to Realm Solaris or Realm Red Hat Enterprise Linux VCL environment?Submitted by fapeeler on Wed, 07/09/2008 - 14:15
When connecting to a Realm Unix/Linux computer your current working directory is your AFS home directory. So any data generated/modified will reside in your campus file space.
Submitted by jfthomps on Fri, 06/20/2008 - 14:32
Where should I save my files when connecting to Windows?
For remote access to a Windows 7 environment there are 3 options for saving your files:
1) Local Hard Drive tunneled through the Remote Desktop session:
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