Note: All computer names below are part of the domain, cs.jhu.edu
We have converted our Undergraduate Unix lab Solaris machines to all Linux. There are still some Solaris clients left on our Research/Grad network. However, the majority of general purpose machines available in the CS dept. for student use is now Fedora Core Linux.
Undergraduate Network (Undergraduate Lab/
Collaboration Room NEB 225/227)
- 12 Microsoft Windows computers
- 24 Unix (Linux) computers (ugrad1 through ugrad16 in the Lab area, and ugrad17 through ugrad24 in the Collaboration Room).
- 1 Unix (Linux) compute server (ugradx... available remotely via ssh)
- Solaris-based MySQL machine (dbase... only available for Dr. Yarowsky's class, via ssh).
- HP networked printer -- with duplexing (hp4350-2), also known as neb227.
- Mostly Linux machines (Masters students should use the Masters Office in NEB 332. There, you'll find (masters1 through masters16)
- 1 Unix (Linux) compute server (gradx... available remotely via ssh)
- Linux box, gl1, available in the Grad Lounge (NEB 325).
- Solaris compute server, peregrine, available remotely via ssh.
- Various HP networked printers available throughout the department, many with duplexing ability including hp4350-1 in the NEB 325 Grad Lounge. A networked color printer, hpcolor, is available in NEB 224 (please only use this for color documents when needed.)
- Networked Xerox machine in NEB 224.
SSH Key Fingerprints for CS Linux Machines
SSH Key Fingerprints for the Grad and Ugrad Net Linux machines can be