If you need to save your work while using the DSV network, this should be done in your own account (Windows or GNU/Linux). When using Windows on our lab PCs you may temporarily save your work under D: or, when using Linux, under /tmp.

Microsoft Windows

Each student has access to 4 Gbyte of disk space on the Microsoft Windows file server "goofy2". If this quota is exceeded no more saving can be done until some of your disk space has been freed through deletion of files. You can always, however, read your files on your home directory. There are special Windows directories with higher quotas for certain computer labs and final papers that require extra disk space.

Linux

Each student has access to 4 Gbyte of disk space on the file server "oberon" for their Linux account. The shell command "quota" in a Linux virtual terminal window gives information on how much is left of your disk quota. Note that you can use your directory on "oberon", when you are logged into Windows as well.