We urge you to take a look at the Mathematics Department's Computing Resources Handbook, which covers departmental computing resources and, hopefully, most of the frequently addressed topics.
|Secure Connections||Secure Connections||Secure Connections|
|Math Email||Math Email||Math Email|
|Vacation Autoreply||Vacation Autoreply||Vacation Autoreply|
|eduroam Wi-Fi||X Window||X Window|
|Web Page Templates, Poster Templates|
|Department Letterhead, Graeco-Latin Square|
|Jupyter Lab (Python, R, Sagemath)|
|Mathematics Software Download|
For all software and hardware issues, which aren't solved by the resources above, we ask you to please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the event when you don't have the network connection, your contact for Mac and Windows issues is Laurie Johnson (102B Kemeny Hall).
Linux help for our purposes is construed as
any assistance using or interacting with a machine not running Windows
or Mac OS, which, for us, is Linux. It generally includes any machine
in the department to which you must
ssh to connect, or use
transfer files. This includes machines which serve personal and
course web pages, all issues concerning WeBWorK, our department
servers (gauss, webwork, doob etc.) and so on. If you can't access the network,
and therefore can't go to Math Helpdesk, your contact for Linux, and in
general non-Mac/Windows issues, is Sarunas Burdulis (102E Kemeny Hall).