Students can upload and download files to and from the studios using the secure shell protocol (SSH). To arrange a username and password, please contact Eric Feinstein. An account will be created for you on the studio server. You can then access your account using one of many SSH client applications. To download a client for your system, visit http://www.openssh.com as look in the left-hand side-bar for links for your operating system (Linux, Mac OS, Windows, etc). For the Mac, I recommend Fugu. For Windows I recommend WinSCP, and for Linux I recommend gFTP or the powerful command-line "ssh".
Advanced users, please follow the link below to "command line SSH".
Once installed, login with:
Username: (your username)
Password: (your password)
Most SSH clients work like FTP displaying a local and remote directory tree. You can copy files or directories from one location to the other either for backup or to relay files in either direction for your use.
On the Digital Music server, users may upload files to one of two locations, 1) a backup folder appropriate for the backup or relay of large files listed in the user's home directory as "backup", and 2) a "public" webspace for linking or public download,listed in the us er's home server directory as "webspace". Items copied into this latter directory will be visible on the web, downloadable using any standard browser. The web address for these files would be: