AFS – Using the Network Identity Manager to get Kerberos tokens
Description:   Open the application “Network Identity Manager” from the Start Menu Right-Click the entry for “onyen@ISIS.UNC.EDU” and select “Obtain new credentials” from the drop down menu. Enter your password and click “Finish” If there is no entry for “onyen@ISIS.UNC.EDU” then do the following extra steps. Select Options – Identities from the drop-down menu A new […]
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Isis Package Manager (IPM)
Description: Description ipm is a software package manager that allows a user to access Unix applications that are available in Shared Dataspace. It works by manipulating the user’s login environment, the only requirement being that the user be running an ipm supported shell ( ksh, bash, csh, or tcsh ). For each software package added, ipm […]
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Putting Group Pages on the UNC Web
Description: Note: The service is now the preferred method for publishing personal and group websites at UNC-Chapel Hill. Learn more at About this Document This document is intended for people who are preparing group web pages. A “group” might be a department, administrative unit, student organization, or campus-wide project. To make files available, you […]
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Your AFS File Space at UNC
Description: What is AFS and Why Should I Care? AFS is a file system used by UNC to provide personal and group disk storage to anyone with an Onyen. Undergraduate students get 100MB of disk space; graduate students, faculty and staff get 250MB. You can keep important files and web pages in your personal AFS space, […]
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