About Home Directory
A directory is provided for each user to write freely. This directory is called the home directory. The home directory will automatically become available when you log in to the UNIX environment. If you want to check your home directory, you can log in and run the pwd command to see it.
Disk capacity for home directory
There is a limit to the amount of disk space available for each home directory. This restriction is called a quota.
Students can use up to 1000M bytes (quota value) per home directory. Please note that if the quota value is exceeded, the user will not be able to log in.
Japanese input environment
KANA-KANJI Conversionibus-Anthy is used, as is the case with Emacs and XEmacs.
|KANA-KANJI input start||Control + \||Control + [Space]|
|KANA-KANJI input finish||Control + \||Control + [Space]|
|Conversion||Space Key||Space Key|
|Fix||Enter Key||Enter Key|
This system is not designed with the resources (CPU/memory) to be used for online lectures in the spring semester 2020. Therefore, if there are teachers who are planning to use this system as a main axis for your lectures, please consider a different method.
Remote connection is restricted.
On-campus Connection (○: Connectable, ×: Not connectable)
|r type command||×|
*1 To use X, log in with ssh and then connect with Xnest.
Off-campus ConnectionThere is no host that can be connected directly from the off-campus network. When using a remote connection from an off-campus network, please use the “Off-Campus Access Using VPN” to connect to the on-campus network, and then connect to the Science and Engineering UNIX host that can be connected from on-campus.
If you have an any questions, please contact the helpdesk.