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How to Connect from Home with Windows Berkeley Self-Paced Center Matt Johnson, Fall 2006 You should read this guide if you want to work from home by connecting to the self-paced center server(s). With this set-up you can work just as if you are sitting at an SPC terminal and keep all your files together and easily accessible from the SPC. This guide won’t help with learning to use the UNIX environment. Instead, check out http://www.eecs.berkeley.edu/~clancy/sp.unix.stuff/before.you.begin.pdf or ask a tutor for a run- through with essential UNIX concepts and commands. This guide also won’t help if you are using a Mac, so if you’re on a Mac go to the other guide! Connecting with Windows First you need to download two software packages: SSH Secure Shell and Exceed. You can get them from these links with CalNet authentication: http://software-central.berkeley.edu/all/ssh+secure+shell (a nice, small download) http://software-central.berkeley.edu/all/exceed (get the Desktop Client, exceed-2006-win.exe) Part 1: SSH Secure Shell Setup S ecure Sh ell (SSH) is the program that will establish a network connection to a Berkeley server. After you connect it will act just like the text-based terminals at the SPC, so you will use it for
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course CS 61A taught by Professor Harvey during the Spring '08 term at Berkeley.

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