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ssh user@dryas.ling.washington.edu
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...substituting your UW NetID for "user." The first time you do this, you'll get a warning about an unknown host key; type "yes" (the full word) and hit Enter to continue. You will then be prompted for your CompLing password.
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...substituting your UW NetID for "user." The first time you do this, you'll get a warning about an unknown host key; type "yes" (the full word) and hit Enter to continue. You will then be prompted for your password.
  If you don't want to have to type out the command line every time, you can add Terminal setting shortcuts to your Dock.
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  You will need an SSH client, such as PuTTY or MobaXterm. MobaXterm also does file transfer and X forwarding, and is highly recommended (but see the caveats on the MobaXtermEmacs page, if you use Emacs as your text editor.)
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Open your client and connect to patas.ling.washington.edu or dryas.ling.washington.edu. Log in with your UW NetID and CompLing password.
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Open your client and connect to patas.ling.washington.edu or dryas.ling.washington.edu. Log in with your UW NetID.

ChromeOS

 
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There is a pretty good Chrome web app SSH client called Secure Shell. It will run on any platform that supports the Chrome web browser. For best use you should right-click on the icon in the application launcher and choose "Open As Window"; when opened as a browser tab, the browser intercepts several keyboard commands that are important for Emacs, such as Ctrl-W.

As with the other clients, you will connect to patas.ling.washington.edu or dryas.ling.washington.edu and log in with your UW NetID.

At present I don't know of a good file transfer or X forwarding solution for ChromeOS (but in Developer Mode it's possible to run scp from the command line.)

Android

JuiceSSH, available from the app store, is a usable ssh client. For file transfers, I've had good results from AndFTP.

 

Transferring Files

MacOS

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Windows

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You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (available from IT Connect) or PuTTY. Note that Tera Term Pro does not have Unicode support, so if you'll be working with foreign languages PuTTY is probably the better choice.
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You will need an SSH client, such as PuTTY or MobaXterm. MobaXterm also does file transfer and X forwarding, and is highly recommended (but see the caveats on the MobaXtermEmacs page, if you use Emacs as your text editor.)
  Open your client and connect to patas.ling.washington.edu or dryas.ling.washington.edu. Log in with your UW NetID and CompLing password.
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Windows

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You can use any SFTP client. FileZilla and WinSCP are two good options. The login details are the same as for command line access.
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You can use any SFTP client. FileZilla and WinSCP are two good options, as is the SFTP client built into MobaXterm. The login details are the same as for command line access.
  Note: In FileZilla you must precede the hostname with sftp:// or the connection will be refused. For example, to connect to dryas, you'd put sftp://dryas.ling.washington.edu in the host box.
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\\mangabey.ling.washington.edu\

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\\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\
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\\baboon.ling.washington.edu\
 

When prompted for your username, enter your UW NetID prefixed with "compling\". For example, if your netid is brodbd, you'd enter "compling\brodbd". For a password, use the same CompLing password you use to log into patas. You should then be able to browse the server. You can map a drive by right-clicking and choosing Map network drive.

In some Windows versions you can also map a drive by clicking Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example

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\\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\corpora
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\\baboon.ling.washington.edu\corpora
 

Windows 8

Go to the desktop and open Windows Explorer (the file folder icon in the taskbar).

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In the address bar at the top, enter either \\mangabey.ling.washington.edu\ or \\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\
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In the address bar at the top, enter either \\mangabey.ling.washington.edu\ or \\baboon.ling.washington.edu\
  When prompted for your username, enter your UW NetID prefixed with "compling\". For example, if your netid is brodbd, you'd enter "compling\brodbd". For a password, use the same CompLing password you use to log into patas.

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 You may also access files on our cluster directly through our Samba fileservers. Note that this works best from on campus; if you're using a connection from elsewhere, the network latency may make network filesystem access slow or unstable. Some ISPs also block this type of connection. If you find yourself in one of these situations, use SFTP as described above, instead.

Which server you need to access depends on the filesystem you want to use:

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Filesystem Server
/home mangabey.ling.washington.edu
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/corpora talapoin.ling.washington.edu
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Filesystem Server
/corpora baboon.ling.washington.edu
/dropbox
/projects
/workspace
/home mangabey.ling.washington.edu
 

MacOS

Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: Œ˜K)

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smb://mangabey.ling.washington.edu/

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smb://baboon.ling.washington.edu/
 

Click Connect. You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password, and make sure the Registered User box is checked. You should then see a dialog box asking you which network share you want to mount. (The one with the same name as your NetID is your home directory.) Once you click OK, the share will be mounted and you'll be able to access it like you would any other disk.

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\\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\
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You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server. You can map a drive by right-clicking and choosing Map network drive.
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When prompted for your username, enter your UW NetID prefixed with "compling\". For example, if your netid is brodbd, you'd enter "compling\brodbd". For a password, use the same CompLing password you use to log into patas. You should then be able to browse the server. You can map a drive by right-clicking and choosing Map network drive.
  In some Windows versions you can also map a drive by clicking Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example
\\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\corpora

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Filesystem Server
/home mangabey.ling.washington.edu
/dropbox
/projects
/workspace
/corpora talapoin.ling.washington.edu

MacOS

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Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ⌘K)
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Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: Œ˜K)
  In the Server Address box, type:
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  Click Connect. You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password, and make sure the Registered User box is checked. You should then see a dialog box asking you which network share you want to mount. (The one with the same name as your NetID is your home directory.) Once you click OK, the share will be mounted and you'll be able to access it like you would any other disk.
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Windows

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Windows 7 and earlier

  Click Start, My Network Places. (Windows 7: Start, Computer) In the address bar at the top of the window, type:
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  In some Windows versions you can also map a drive by clicking Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example
\\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\corpora
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Windows 8

Go to the desktop and open Windows Explorer (the file folder icon in the taskbar).

In the address bar at the top, enter either \\mangabey.ling.washington.edu\ or \\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\

When prompted for your username, enter your UW NetID prefixed with "compling\". For example, if your netid is brodbd, you'd enter "compling\brodbd". For a password, use the same CompLing password you use to log into patas.

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Network Filesystem Access

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You may also access files on our cluster directly through our Samba fileservers. Note that this works best from on campus; if you're using a connection from elsewhere, the network latency may make network filesystem access slow or unstable. Some ISPs (notably, Xfinity/Comcast) also block this type of connection. If you find yourself in one of these situations, use SFTP as described above, instead.

Note: Accounts created before July 2008 do not have Samba access by default. If you have one of these accounts and would like Samba access, email linghelp@u to request it.

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You may also access files on our cluster directly through our Samba fileservers. Note that this works best from on campus; if you're using a connection from elsewhere, the network latency may make network filesystem access slow or unstable. Some ISPs also block this type of connection. If you find yourself in one of these situations, use SFTP as described above, instead.
  Which server you need to access depends on the filesystem you want to use:
Filesystem Server
/home mangabey.ling.washington.edu
/dropbox
/projects
/workspace
/corpora talapoin.ling.washington.edu

MacOS

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Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ⌘K)
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Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ⌘K)
  In the Server Address box, type:

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  ...substituting your UW NetID for "user." The first time you do this, you'll get a warning about an unknown host key; type "yes" (the full word) and hit Enter to continue. You will then be prompted for your CompLing password.
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If you don't want to have to type out the command line every time, you can add Terminal setting shortcuts to your Dock.
 

Windows

You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (available from IT Connect) or PuTTY. Note that Tera Term Pro does not have Unicode support, so if you'll be working with foreign languages PuTTY is probably the better choice.

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Windows

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You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (available from IT Connect) or PuTTY. Note that Tera Term Pro does not have Unicode support, so if you'll be working with foreign languages PuTTY is probably the better choice.
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You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (available from IT Connect) or PuTTY. Note that Tera Term Pro does not have Unicode support, so if you'll be working with foreign languages PuTTY is probably the better choice.
  Open your client and connect to patas.ling.washington.edu or dryas.ling.washington.edu. Log in with your UW NetID and CompLing password.
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MacOS

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You can use any SFTP client. Fugu is my current favorite. (Note there is one minor bug in most versions of Fugu; if you cancel a transfer in progress, you must close Fugu completely or all other transfers will fail.)
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You can use any SFTP client. Fugu and FileZilla are two good options. (Note there is one minor bug in most versions of Fugu; if you cancel a transfer in progress, you must close Fugu completely or all other transfers will fail.)
  If you're comfortable with the command line, you can also open Terminal and use the sftp command included with MacOS, much like ssh is used above.

In either case, the login details are the same as for command line access.

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Note: In FileZilla you must precede the hostname with sftp:// or the connection will be refused. For example, to connect to dryas, you'd put sftp://dryas.ling.washington.edu in the host box.
 

Windows

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You can use any SFTP client. IT Connect distributes Tectia Secure Shell Client. WinSCP also works very well. The login details are the same as for command line access.
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You can use any SFTP client. FileZilla and WinSCP are two good options. The login details are the same as for command line access.

Note: In FileZilla you must precede the hostname with sftp:// or the connection will be refused. For example, to connect to dryas, you'd put sftp://dryas.ling.washington.edu in the host box.

 

Network Filesystem Access

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How To Access Patas

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How To Access the CLMA Cluster

 

Command Line Access

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Windows

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You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (available from IT Connect) or PuTTY.
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You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (available from IT Connect) or PuTTY. Note that Tera Term Pro does not have Unicode support, so if you'll be working with foreign languages PuTTY is probably the better choice.
 
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Open your client and connect to patas.ling.washington.edu. Log in with your UW NetID and CompLing password.
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Open your client and connect to patas.ling.washington.edu or dryas.ling.washington.edu. Log in with your UW NetID and CompLing password.
 

Transferring Files

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Network Filesystem Access

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If you are connecting from the UW campus, you may access some of the files on patas directly through our Samba fileserver.
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You may also access files on our cluster directly through our Samba fileservers. Note that this works best from on campus; if you're using a connection from elsewhere, the network latency may make network filesystem access slow or unstable. Some ISPs (notably, Xfinity/Comcast) also block this type of connection. If you find yourself in one of these situations, use SFTP as described above, instead.
  Note: Accounts created before July 2008 do not have Samba access by default. If you have one of these accounts and would like Samba access, email linghelp@u to request it.
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Which server you need to access depends on the filesystem you want to use:
Filesystem Server
/home mangabey.ling.washington.edu
/dropbox
/projects
/workspace
/corpora talapoin.ling.washington.edu
 

MacOS

Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ⌘K)

In the Server Address box, type:

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smb://pongo.ling.washington.edu/
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smb://mangabey.ling.washington.edu/

or

smb://talapoin.ling.washington.edu/
  Click Connect. You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password, and make sure the Registered User box is checked. You should then see a dialog box asking you which network share you want to mount. (The one with the same name as your NetID is your home directory.) Once you click OK, the share will be mounted and you'll be able to access it like you would any other disk.
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  Click Start, My Network Places. (Windows 7: Start, Computer) In the address bar at the top of the window, type:
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\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\
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\\mangabey.ling.washington.edu\

or

\\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\
  You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server. You can map a drive by right-clicking and choosing Map network drive.

In some Windows versions you can also map a drive by clicking Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example

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\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\corpora
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\\talapoin.ling.washington.edu\corpora

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Windows

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Click Start, My Network Places. In the address bar at the top of the window, type:
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Click Start, My Network Places. (Windows 7: Start, Computer) In the address bar at the top of the window, type:
 
\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\
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You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server.
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You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server. You can map a drive by right-clicking and choosing Map network drive.
 
Changed:
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Alternatively, you can click Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example
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In some Windows versions you can also map a drive by clicking Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example
 
\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\corpora
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ssh user@patas.ling.washington.edu
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ssh user@dryas.ling.washington.edu
 ...substituting your UW NetID for "user." The first time you do this, you'll get a warning about an unknown host key; type "yes" (the full word) and hit Enter to continue. You will then be prompted for your CompLing password.

Windows

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You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (on the UWICK CD) or PuTTY.
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You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (available from IT Connect) or PuTTY.
  Open your client and connect to patas.ling.washington.edu. Log in with your UW NetID and CompLing password.

Transferring Files

MacOS

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You can use any SFTP client. Fugu is my favorite. (Note there is one minor bug in most versions of Fugu; if you cancel a transfer in progress, you must close Fugu completely or all other transfers will fail.)
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You can use any SFTP client. Fugu is my current favorite. (Note there is one minor bug in most versions of Fugu; if you cancel a transfer in progress, you must close Fugu completely or all other transfers will fail.)
  If you're comfortable with the command line, you can also open Terminal and use the sftp command included with MacOS, much like ssh is used above.

In either case, the login details are the same as for command line access.

Windows

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You can use any SFTP client. The UWICK CD comes with Tectia Secure Shell client. WinSCP also works very well. The login details are the same as for command line access.
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You can use any SFTP client. IT Connect distributes Tectia Secure Shell Client. WinSCP also works very well. The login details are the same as for command line access.
 

Network Filesystem Access

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  If you are connecting from the UW campus, you may access some of the files on patas directly through our Samba fileserver.

Note: Accounts created before July 2008 do not have Samba access by default. If you have one of these accounts and would like Samba access, email linghelp@u to request it.

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 Note: Accounts created before July 2008 do not have Samba access by default. If you have one of these accounts and would like Samba access, email linghelp@u to request it.

MacOS

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Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ?K)
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Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ⌘K)
  In the Server Address box, type:
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 You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server.

Alternatively, you can click Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example

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\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\corpora
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MacOS

Run Terminal (under Applications/Utilities). At the command prompt, type:
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ssh !user@patas.ling.washington.edu
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ssh user@patas.ling.washington.edu
  ...substituting your UW NetID for "user." The first time you do this, you'll get a warning about an unknown host key; type "yes" (the full word) and hit Enter to continue. You will then be prompted for your CompLing password.
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  You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server.
Changed:
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Alternatively, you can click Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example
\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\corpora
.
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Alternatively, you can click Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example
\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\corpora
.
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MacOS

Run Terminal (under Applications/Utilities). At the command prompt, type:
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ssh user@patas.ling.washington.edu
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ssh !user@patas.ling.washington.edu
  ...substituting your UW NetID for "user." The first time you do this, you'll get a warning about an unknown host key; type "yes" (the full word) and hit Enter to continue. You will then be prompted for your CompLing password.
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 Note: Accounts created before July 2008 do not have Samba access by default. If you have one of these accounts and would like Samba access, email linghelp@u to request it.

MacOS

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Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ⌘K)
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Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ?K)
  In the Server Address box, type:
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smb://pongo.ling.washington.edu/
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smb://pongo.ling.washington.edu/
  Click Connect. You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password, and make sure the Registered User box is checked. You should then see a dialog box asking you which network share you want to mount. (The one with the same name as your NetID is your home directory.) Once you click OK, the share will be mounted and you'll be able to access it like you would any other disk.

Windows

Click Start, My Network Places. In the address bar at the top of the window, type:
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\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\
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\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\
  You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server.
Changed:
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Alternatively, you can click Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example \\pongo.ling.washington.edu\corpora.

-- Main.brodbd - 02 Oct 2008

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Alternatively, you can click Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example
\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\corpora
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  You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server.
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-- Main.brodbd - 07 Jul 2008
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Alternatively, you can click Tools, Map Network Drive. Select a drive letter, then enter the address of the share you want in the "Folder" box; for example \\pongo.ling.washington.edu\corpora.

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How To Access Patas

Command Line Access

MacOS

Run Terminal (under Applications/Utilities). At the command prompt, type:

ssh user@patas.ling.washington.edu

...substituting your UW NetID for "user." The first time you do this, you'll get a warning about an unknown host key; type "yes" (the full word) and hit Enter to continue. You will then be prompted for your CompLing password.

Windows

You will need an SSH client, such as Tera Term Pro (on the UWICK CD) or PuTTY.

Open your client and connect to patas.ling.washington.edu. Log in with your UW NetID and CompLing password.

Transferring Files

MacOS

You can use any SFTP client. Fugu is my favorite. (Note there is one minor bug in most versions of Fugu; if you cancel a transfer in progress, you must close Fugu completely or all other transfers will fail.)

If you're comfortable with the command line, you can also open Terminal and use the sftp command included with MacOS, much like ssh is used above.

In either case, the login details are the same as for command line access.

Windows

You can use any SFTP client. The UWICK CD comes with Tectia Secure Shell client. WinSCP also works very well. The login details are the same as for command line access.

Network Filesystem Access

If you are connecting from the UW campus, you may access some of the files on patas directly through our Samba fileserver.

Note: Accounts created before July 2008 do not have Samba access by default. If you have one of these accounts and would like Samba access, email linghelp@u to request it.

MacOS

Open Finder and click Go, Connect To Server. (Shortcut: ⌘K)

In the Server Address box, type:

smb://pongo.ling.washington.edu/

Click Connect. You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password, and make sure the Registered User box is checked. You should then see a dialog box asking you which network share you want to mount. (The one with the same name as your NetID is your home directory.) Once you click OK, the share will be mounted and you'll be able to access it like you would any other disk.

Windows

Click Start, My Network Places. In the address bar at the top of the window, type:

\\pongo.ling.washington.edu\

You will be prompted for your username and password; put in your UW NetID and your CompLing password. You should then be able to browse the server.

-- Main.brodbd - 07 Jul 2008

 
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