hoppersystem. This account will have a
public_htmllink in it.
public_htmldirectory. The main page should be named
t90sbj1. When his account is created, there is a
public_htmldirectory in his home directory. Content placed in his
public_htmldirectory is immediately visible at
After talking with the web administrator, an alias is created. Now the
contents of his
public_html directory can also be seen at
courses) in order to transfer html files. However, secure ftp (sftp) must be used to transfer the files. In a program like Filezilla, this is as easy as putting
sftp://in front of the machine name to connect to. Those who use command line ftp should use command line sftp instead. A connection should be established to the appropriate account on
turingor hopper. Content is placed in the
Babbage serves up web pages for individuals and small groups. It is intended to serve up web pages of faculty, students, and small course related groups. To further this purpose, it has several aliases: faculty, students, and courses. It is important to remember that the four machine names, faculty, students, courses, and babbage all refer to the same machine, babbage.
The use of the the alias names allows different virtual web servers to be created for each name that provide different capabilities specific to that name.
The disk storage for babbage is exported and mounted on the machines
turing and hopper, where the Unix login accounts are located.
When a Unix account is created, a
public_html link is created to
the appropriate storage space location on the web server. Unix users should
place content in this directory and associated subdirectories. It should not
be necessary to login directly to babbage.
http://students.cs.niu.edu/~unix_acct_namewhere the unix account name is typically the students login z ID number (with a lower case z).
http://www.cs.niu.edu/~faculty_last_name is redirected
to the appropriate URL at
This feature must be set up specifically for each course. Faculty who wish to use this feature for their courses should contact the web server administrator.The URL for these pages is of the form