Debian GNU/Linux is a clone of the famous Unix operating system. DSV's personal computers in the Forum computer rooms have two operating systems, Microsoft Windows and Debian GNU/Linux. When booting up the computer you can choose which operating system you want to use (dual boot). You may also use Debian GNU/Linux via our server triton.dsv.su.se. Many other servers at DSV is run with Debian GNU/Linux as operating system.

Linux introduction

A short introduction to the Debian GNU/Linux systems at DSV.

Printing

How to print files on the laser printers

The Linux server triton

How to connect to the Debian GNU/Linux server triton.dsv.su.se with SSH, VNC and Kerberos telnet.

Accessing the Linux file server

How to access the GNU/Linux file server "oberon" from a pc at home.

Dual boot

How to select an operating system at boot time /GNU Linux or MS Windows).

Smbclient - Accessing your Windows files

How to access your files stored on the MS Windows file server with smbclient from a GNU/Linux pc.

Related documents

Links

Links to external web pages with GNU/Linux information.

Linux software

A catalog of the most important programs on the GNU/Linux systems.

UNIX Tutorial for Beginners

A UNIX tutorial for beginners, by Michael Stonebank at the University of Surrey. Describes the most common text commands used in a shell virtual window.

Windows Terminal Server

With the RDP client rdesktop it is possible to access our Microsoft Windows Terminal Server ts.dsv.su.se and run graphical Microsoft Windows programs from your GNU/Linux PC.

CD, DVD

Information about how to burn CD on GNU/Linux