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Knowledge Base

The Mathematics Computing Knowledge Base is a resource for faculty, students and staff. There are a number of articles available for viewing that should be able to provide answers to many of the common questions about computing resources in the department.

The knowledge base is still being updated in order to better assist all of our users. If you have any additional questions please feel free to ask us via email.


Date updated 02/03/2017
Why do I need to activate my account on Linux server?  Once you have your Windows account, you still need to activate...
Date updated 02/01/2017
Available WiFi Networks There are two types of networks available for Mathematics Department. UCLA-MATHNET ​Eduroam (...
Date updated 01/31/2017
All examples below are for the sample user "Math User" - email address mathuser@math.ucla.edu. User "Math User" is on machine julia...
Date updated 01/31/2017
Some websites available to Math Department members are filtered by the network the traffic originates on.  In particular,...
Date updated 01/31/2017
The xdrive is available to mathnet users upon request for secondary storage (see Disk Storage Management for more information) that...
Date updated 09/22/2016
NEMO Cluster The NEMO cluster is a set of 9 Intel Xeon rack machines, with 3.4 GHz speed, and 9.0GB memory per node. These machines run...
Date updated 09/22/2016
  UCLA-Mathnet has several mathematical software packages installed for both Windows and Linux hosts. Most of these are licensed;...
Date updated 07/01/2014
Often times when a sender sends attachments using Microsoft Outlook, the attachments do not show up on Thunderbird but instead show up as a...
Date updated 03/12/2014
This article will show you how to connect to sambamath; which is the method by which Windows users can connect to their Unix home...
Date updated 01/27/2014
The login/password pair is the primary user authentication mechanism used by both UNIX and Windows. It's the only way that your computer...