Physics Computing Services
On-Line Documentation and Help Contents
Listed Alphabetically
- Downloadable Applications we make downloadable with your webserver username and password
- Acroread Adobe Acrobat .pdf Reader Linux
- ReadMe (text)
- See Also: xpdf
- See Also: pdftops command
- Burning CD-R or DVD-/+R
- Electronic Scheduling & Calendaring Web, Linux,
Windows & Mac clients
- Text Editors
- Ghostview 1.5 (Postscript viewer) Linux, Digital Unix
- GnuPlot (plotting utility) Linux, Digital Unix
- Mainframe Services (Com-Plete and other campus services) Windows, Mac
- MAGMA (Magma is a large, well-supported software package designed for computations in algebra, number theory, algebraic geometry and algebraic combinatorics. It provides a mathematically rigorous environment for defining and working with structures such as groups, rings, fields, modules, algebras, schemes, curves, graphs, designs, codes and many others. Magma also supports a number of databases designed to aid computational research in those areas of mathematics which are algebraic in nature.) Linux, Windows, Mac
- Mathematica (Math crunching software) Linux, Digital
Unix
- Matlab Interactive computational environment
- MikTex Tex/Latex compiler for Windows
- NEC Projectors Software to use conference room projectors over the network
Install the appropriate application to display your computer's desktop on the projector over
the network.
Note that the projector in 3302 is called "solstice.dept.physics.ucsb.edu", currently IP 128.111.17.177.
The projector in 4014 is called "sunfire.dept.physics.ucsb.edu", currently IP 128.111.17.208.
You should connect your computer
to the network using the campus wireless,
or using the wired guest connections available (in 3302).
Contact PCS at ext 8366 for more information.
- Printing Utilities
- Shells
- SSH (Secure rlogin) Linux
- Supermongo 2.4.1
Linux
Physics Computing Services, pcs@physics.ucsb.edu
Last Modified: November 19, 2009