Changes between Version 26 and Version 27 of cypress/SshUsage


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Feb 20, 2020 8:55:15 AM (20 months ago)
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    22= Terminals and Shells =
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    4 [[Image(univac_1965_2.jpg, center)]]
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    57 ''Taken from UNIVAC promotional materials circa 1960''
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    1315''Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal''
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    15 [[Image(utilities_terminal.png​, center)]]
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    1719This will launch a terminal containing a unix shell. The unix shell is a command line interpreter which both allows you to pass commands to the operating system and displays output. Currently, the default shell for most unix based systems is the Bourne Again SHell or bash shell. Your shell can be modified to provide a custom environment and we will go into detail on how to make these modifications in later sessions.
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    19 [[Image(terminal.png​, center)]]
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    2123== Ubuntu Terminal ==
     
    2527''Dash -> Search for Terminal''
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    29 [[Image(terminal2.png, center)]]
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    3133== Windows "Terminal" ==
     
    9294After you've downloaded the PuTTY.exe file, move it to the location you prefer and double click to launch.
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    94 [[Image(PuTTY_launch.png, center)]]
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    9698To log onto cypress, enter cypress1.tulane.edu (or cypress2.tulane.edu) into the Host Name field and make sure the port is set to 22. Click on Open and you will be given a login window to cypress.
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    98 [[Image(PuTTY.png, center)]]
     100[[Image(PuTTY.png, center, 30%)]]
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    100102= Remote Access =
     
    116118The first time you log into a new machine, you will be asked if you trust the server. For instance, the first time you log into Cypress using PuTTY you will receive the following prompt:
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    122124Click on yes (or if using !Mac/Linux terminal simply type "yes" at the corresponding prompt). You should now be prompted for the password associated with your remote username.