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-ns1BWu ​ <href="http://bzytmkpjscad.com/">​bzytmkpjscad<​/a>, [url=http://kiespjnjbyqu.com/]kiespjnjbyqu[/url][link=http://acbastjrvhsx.com/]acbastjrvhsx[/link]http://gpkfsxetvaww.com/+===== Mounting ​Unix Directory ​===== 
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 +The Unix home directories of the department WIN at TU/e are accessible via Samba. Maybe you have to ask at BCF to have your home directory connected to the Samba server (authentication works via your Exchange account). 
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 +=== Address === 
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 +  smb://vf-win.campus.tue.nl/home/<​unixusername> 
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 +or the following alias for the preceding (BCF recommends NOT use the alias) 
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 +  smb://vf.win.tue.nl/home/<​unixusername>​ 
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 +Account and password is the Exchange account (from your email account x.y.z.v.d.karbargenbok@tue.nl)**not** your unix username and password! 
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 +=== Procedure === 
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 +Go the the Finder, choose ​//Go->​Connect to Server...// or press Cmd-K. 
 +Type the address (e.g.smb://vf.win.tue.nl/home/keesh) and press Connect.  
 +The disk will be available via your computer in the sidebar of a Finder window (chapter "​Devices"​ in Leopard) or via the shared device vf.win.tue.nl. You have to connect to see your files. See screenshot:​ 
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 +{{:​mac_wiki:​unixmount.jpg|:​mac_wiki:​unixmount.jpg}} 
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mac_wiki/mounting_unix_directory.txt · Last modified: 2014/06/25 14:18 by keesh