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UMTF Computing Tutorials


This series of 1-2 hour seminars treats specific topics in the use of computers, Unix-based, PC and MAC. It is aimed primarily to help users migrating off CERNVM to other platforms but anyone interested in a particular topic is welcome to attend. They are all held on Monday afternoons and Thursday mornings in the CN Auditorium.

The current programme for the coming three months is as follows:

How to Set Up Your Unix Shell Environment by Arnaud Taddei - Monday, March 11 14:00-16:00

Accessing Unix Services from a MAC by Miguel Marquina - Thursday, March 14 10:00-12:00

HEPiX environment for System Administrators by Arnaud Taddei - Monday, March 18 14:00-16:00

How to Tailor Your X11 Environment by Arnaud Taddei and Lionel Cons - Monday, March 25 14:00-16:00

REXX by Pierantonio Marchesini - Thursday, March 28 10:00-12:00

AFS Group Admin tools by Rainer Toebbicke - Monday, April 15 14:00-16:00

Requesting or Modifying a Network Connection at CERN by Jean-Michel Jouanigot - Thursday, April 18 10:00-12:00

How to Tailor ADAM by Miguel Liebana - Monday, April 22 14:00-16:00

Migrating to a MAC by Darudh Birker - Thursday, April 25 10:00-12:00

Handling your Mail on Unix with pine by Alessandro Miotto - Monday, April 29 14:00-16:00

Tools for Mail on the Mail Server by Arnaud Taddei - Monday, May 13 14:00-16:00

Will cover such topics as vacation mail, forwarding mail, mail notification, etc.

Simple editors by Miguel Marquina - Monday, May 20 14:00-16:00

Will include editors such as Nedit and Pico on Unix, Write and Teachtext on PC and MAC.

Full details of the seminars, and copies of the handouts of seminars already given, can be found on the Web at URL:

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Michel Goossens
CN Division
Tel. 3363
Wed Mar 13 07:42:40 MET 1996