Local Computing Information
Information about using software and resources in the Dream Group. Also see the more general DICE computing environment documentation. If you are new make sure to read TheRopes. To become a member of the unix group dreamers, send fill out a support form request asking to be added to the unix group dreamers. This is the same as the AFS gruop inf:dreamers. This will give you access to our the shared file spaces.
SecurityStuff - who's allowed to access what and how.
EmailLists - we use email lists to share dreamers related information
papers.bib - information about our shared bibtex file.
SharedFilespace - tell you about the shared file space
Setting up and Using the DICE AFS on a linux laptop.
UnixSetup - how to setup your DICE machine to use our shared unix tools
Blue Book Notes -- informal notes we write about ideas and work in progress.
Trip Reports -- shared notes from trips we've been on
Links -- Shared useful links database for upcoming conferences, journals, email lists, etc
DreamWebServerConfig - gives details about our Web server.
the WritingDreamWebpages - tell you about how to make webpages on our shared webserver
We have an account with the Google maps API. We use this in our
HowToMakeWikis - how to make your own dream wiki
We have various software installed in our shared space on DICE:
SubversionForYourProject - how to make a subversion repository for a project that will live in the dream group shared space.
EditThisWiki - how to make changes to information on this wiki
To find out who is in unix group dreamers: getrolemembers dreamers, for the AFS group: pts members dreamersadmin and pts members dreamers, pts help for more help on AFS user admin
Get access to Blue Book Notes and Trip Reports if you are receiving an error.