June 24 - July 26: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:00 - 13:00Please note that all requests for help should be directed to MathHand.
There are two batch servers for heavy processing (Matlab etc.) and on shell server for light work. The batch servers are eight.math.kth.se and, with request for access, nine.math.kth.se, the shell server is shell.math.kth.se.
To connect to a shell or batch server from your Unix / GNU/Linux / MacOS X computer, run:
kinit -f username@KTH.SE; ssh -o GSSAPIAuthentication=yes -o GSSAPIDelegateCredentials=yes -o GSSAPIKeyExchange=yes \ -X firstname.lastname@example.org
To connect to the batch server from a Windows computer, use a program like PuTTY or similar to connect to the server shell.math.kth.se and then from there use the above instructions to connect to the batch servers. Alternatively, use the web based access.
Files may be accessed through the SFTP and SCP server. The server is called sftp.math.kth.se. (See IT help about SFTP and SCP for more information.)
You could also access our AFS file servers directly. This gives a more seamless integration with your desktop. We have a brief guide to how you install and use on Windows.
You can connect to KTH using VPN aswell. There are instructions on lan about vpn. This information is only in Swedish for now.
printer=lprin the configuration file.
See the help database (in Swedish)..
Of special interest might be:
There is also a short introduction to the file system AFS. In the mathhand room, we also have a short guide to writing in LaTeX available on paper.