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Please read this at first (PC Terminal Services)

Precautions for terminal use

For first-time terminal users for education

For new students, please first read the "Information Environment Start Guide", which outlines the use of Kyoto University's information environment.

Students often use the "Common Portal for All Students," "E-mail Service for Students," and "PandA," among others, in class, so please read the explanations on the links carefully and use them.

There are two types of PC terminals for educational use at the University: fixed-type and virtual-type. When using a fixed type terminal, please follow the rules of each location, and since the classrooms and seminar rooms are basically for class use only, please follow course instructor's instructions.

The basic operation of each terminal is described in the leaflet.

For files stored on the old system

Files saved by senior students on the old system prior to FY2022 are stored on the "Old Drive" and will be accessible until March 2024. Please move the necessary files to "Windows (M: drive)", "Home (Linux)" or OneDrive.

About where to save files

If you are using a Windows terminal (fixed-type or virtual-type), please save the file either in a document in Explorer (M drive) or in the cloud storage (OneDrive).

If you are using a Linux terminal (virtual-type), please save the file under the Home directory of the file manager, etc. or in the cloud storage (OneDrive).

If you are using a fixed-type terminal, you can save the data to a USB memory stick that you bring with you in addition to the above.

The total amount of space for Windows Documents (Drive M) and Linux Home directory is limited to 5 GByte per person. OneDrive is available up to 5TByte per person, but it is a Microsoft 365 service storage provided as a package for educational institutions worldwide, and may be directly affected and unavailable in the event of a downgrade of the service.

Depending on which location the data is stored, there may be differences in when the data is available for use, etc. Please take care to store important data on your own.

About Printing

All satellite classroom and OSL printer services have been discontinued.

It is possible to use the paid services operated by Kyoto University Co-op (Net Print Service) and the other network print service provided in town. For information on how to use the Kyoto University Co-op service, please refer to the leaflet for multifunction printers at designated locations on campus or the Kyoto University Co-op website.

available time

It varies for each satellite classroom/OSL you are using. In the case of ICT Commons in the Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies South Building, it is usually available from 9:00 to 20:00 on weekdays and from 10:00 to 18:00 on Saturdays.

 

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