A Note On Accounts

The department has been gradually shifting towards making more use of centrally managed services which are accessed using a MyCarletonOne account.   All desktop pc’s owned and managed by the department are now accessed using a MyCarletonOne account.   Math department computer accounts are now only used to access a Math department mailbox or the Turing Linux server.   Graduate lab Linux desktop machines and the ottawa and toronto compute servers require an additional Graduate lab account.

Here you will find technical information for the faculty, including: 

Lab Information for Course Instructors

HP3393 and HP4385 Teaching Labs

Remote Access

Linux Remote Access

You have access to the Linux based server turing.math.carleton.ca using your Math department account.   Turing provides file storage space and optionally a personal website.

You must use SSH to connect to  turing, as it is a secure method for remote access.  Below are some free SSH software utilities that you may be helpful.

Website Setup

Faculty Printing

Faculty Workroom (HP4390)

Setup on Windows MATH-STAT domain

Setup HP4390 on Windows 7 (standalone computer)

Setup HP4390 on Ubuntu 10.10

Setup HP4390 on Mac OS X 10.6

Site Licensed Software

Campus-Wide Software

See http://www.carleton.ca/ccs/all-services/computers/site-licensed-software/ for more information on products such as Microsoft Office and Maple.

Math/Stats Department Software

Thunderbird software

Email

The department operates its own open standards based mail server which provides a mail address of the form account@math.carleton.ca.   Mailboxes can be accessed using webmail or by any mail client that supports the IMAP protocol.   Alternatively, you can opt to have a mailbox in the universities Office 365 cloud based mail service.

Webmail

General Email Software Configuration

If you have a different email application than Thunderbird, then you will need to know the appropriate mail server settings to connect.