Connecting to Slugnet
Before attempting to connect to Slugnet, you must disconnect yourself from the MIT network.
In the Walcott lounge, you can connect to Slugnet though the orange network cable in the spool or over wireless. There is also a 24 port switch in the control panel rack. This may be used but it is only 10 megabit. In the Goodale lounge, there is a 24 port switch in the Bemix rack and a white network cable by the Barco.
Set your computer to use DHCP. It is likely that your computer already uses DHCP, in which case you don't need to do anything.
An HP Laserjet 2100TN is can be accessed from Slugnet. It is shared with an HP Jetdirect card.
If you figure out how to do this, please post how you did it.
Add a local printer on a standard TCP/IP port. Enter bemix.org as the IP address.
My-junt stores the music for bemix. There are two samba shares on the internal network, music and uploads. Music is the central music repository. Uploads is where you put music you want to make availible to bemix. Follow the directions below to use my-junt.bemix. The username is bemix and the password is the top work on the pipe in the corner of the Walcott lounge.
Create the directories
/mnt/my-junt/uploads. As root, enter these two commands
mount -t smbfs //my-junt.bemix/music /mnt/my-junt/music -o username=bemix,password=[the password] mount -t smbfs //my-junt.bemix/uploads /mnt/my-junt/uploads -o username=bemix,password=[the password]
Go to Finder and click Connect to Server in the Go menu. For the server address enter
smb://my-junt.bemix;bemix@my-junt/music. Repeat the process with
Open any folder and type
\\my-junt.bemix\music in the address bar. Open another folder and type
Note: we have had some trouble connecting to my-junt on a windows computer.