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Users can access their website for editing two ways:
 
Users can access their website for editing two ways:
  
* From <b>Unix</b> as /fs/www-users/username - and remotely accessed via [[SFTP]] to a support UNIX machine in the department (eg. [[OpenLAB]])
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* From <b>Unix</b> as /fs/www-users/username - and remotely accessed via [[SFTP]] to a supported UNIX host (eg. [[OpenLAB]])
 
* From <b>Windows</b> as \\umiacs-webftp.umiacs.umd.edu\www-users - and remotely accessed by the same file share over the [[VPN]]
 
* From <b>Windows</b> as \\umiacs-webftp.umiacs.umd.edu\www-users - and remotely accessed by the same file share over the [[VPN]]
  
 
In general, large datasets related to a Labs research should go into the specific lab's web tree, not the individual users.  Remember that users' webpage is not permanently maintained once the user leaves UMIACS.
 
In general, large datasets related to a Labs research should go into the specific lab's web tree, not the individual users.  Remember that users' webpage is not permanently maintained once the user leaves UMIACS.

Revision as of 00:26, 17 May 2009

UMIACS provides web space hosting research/lab pages and user pages.

Main Website and Lab Pages

http://www.umiacs.umd.edu

Users can access the main website and lab sites for editing in two ways:

  • From Unix as /fs/www - and can be remotely accessed by SFTP to a supported Unix host (eg. OpenLAB)
  • From Windows as \\umiacs-webftp.umiacs.umd.edu\www-umiacs - and remotely accessed by the same file share over the VPN

Personal Web Space

http://www.umiacs.umd.edu/~username

Users can access their website for editing two ways:

  • From Unix as /fs/www-users/username - and remotely accessed via SFTP to a supported UNIX host (eg. OpenLAB)
  • From Windows as \\umiacs-webftp.umiacs.umd.edu\www-users - and remotely accessed by the same file share over the VPN

In general, large datasets related to a Labs research should go into the specific lab's web tree, not the individual users. Remember that users' webpage is not permanently maintained once the user leaves UMIACS.