[CUWiN] Re: Public access terminals...
dan.blah at gmail.com
Fri Jul 21 08:06:10 CDT 2006
as these are now up and operational, is this something worth
mentioning on the front page of ucimc.org and cuwireless.net?
On 7/18/06, dan blah <dan.blah at gmail.com> wrote:
> hey all,
> i will have the public access terminals ready to go by the time i
> leave the building tonight (an hour or two *hopefully*). they are
> currently going to be in the main space directly south of the meeting
> nook right in front of the post office secure room. the table is
> right below that panel of blue lights. the only wires running off the
> table that are needed is the one power cable.
> if anyone needs to move this table for whatever reason you need only
> move it to where there is an available power outlet to have the
> terminals work.
> there are 4 terminals marked pa0-3 running ubuntu linux v6.06 desktop.
> to have internet functionality pa0 must be up and running. to log
> into the machines use the user name 'ucimc' and password 'public' (i
> will have this on the table somewhere). all of the terminals will
> allow a user to browse the internet (firefox), instant message (gaim),
> access word processing software (openoffice.org), as well as many
> other things (go play around on them to find out more).
> if anyone has any suggestions or issues with the public access
> terminals drop a line to imc-tech at lists.ucimc.org.
> On 7/14/06, dan blah <dan.blah at gmail.com> wrote:
> > hey all,
> > i am going to pick up some computers to be used as public access
> > terminals at the imc today. we never really nailed down a location
> > for them in the main space. there was talk of putting them downstairs
> > in the room before the b2p room, but i dont think there is room there.
> > so the question is where would everyone like to see a table with
> > public access terminals in the imc main space? as for location
> > restrictions all we will need to have is power and room for a long
> > table. i would also like to see a sign outside or something somewhere
> > saying we have free public access terminals and wireless internet
> > access. let me know what you all think.
> > --
> > Daniel
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