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-==== Frequently Asked Questions ==== 
-=== General === 
-=== Networking === 
-== HowTo move my mail from PINE to IMAP == 
-At [[mail:​pine|this]] page you can find the solution. 
-== I need to Scan something == 
-In our network users can use 2 different scanner for different needs 
-  * If you need to scan an image, for  editing or copy, you can use the workstation [[http://​​room=INR015|]] located in th lab INR 015. Attacched to this workstation you can find a professional A4 scanner. The machine is really powerful, with 2x Xeon Cpus working at and 2Gbyte or Ram.\\ 
-With this scanner you can also digitalize pages from book. 
-  * The other solution is to use the HP Digital Sender that reside [[http://​​room=INR133|here]]. This device create a **Pdf** files from your paper pages and send the file directly to your mailbox (if you insert correctly your email address on the controller). This appliance is easy to use and it's really powerfull when you have to scan a lot of pages all separated. It's absolutely uneasy if you have to scan pages from books or others heavy supports. 
-The scanner in the lab is accessible for all at every hour of day (and night). the Digital Sender is available only during the work day. 
-== I need to make a CD or DVD == 
-<note warning>>​ 
-Don't make copies of protected software. The EPFL policy about this are really strict. 
-If you want to write a bunch of files or an ISO image to a CD-ROM or to a Dvd-Rom you can use the workstation [[http://​​room=INR015|]]. To write a Cd-Rom or a Dvd-Rom just login in the workstation,​ insert your Cd-R or Dvd-R and select the image/​directory you want burn on the optical drive. The burner is wuit fast, so the operation will tak at most 20 minutes. 
-You can use Cd-R, Cd-Rw, Dvd-R, Dvd-Rw, Dvd+r, Dvd+Rw 
-=== Unix and Linux === 
-Your home directory is named: ///​home/​YourLoginName//​ 
-==  Shells and Environment Customization == 
-By default, you have a bourne shell (bash), meaning you can also type: //cd ~SomeLoginName//​ (eg: ~deatrich ) to reach your homedir. ​ 
-The bash shell has many features, read the man page for more help. 
-If you want to modify your environment,​ then you typically need to edit your //​.bash_profile//​ and/or your //.bashrc// file. For instance, suppose you want to add an alias to ...: 
- $ alias '​lstime=ls -latr' 
-This line means that every time you insert in the command line the command //lstime//, the bash will execute the more complex command //ls -lart// 
-(not yet complete) 
-=== Mac === 
-=== Windows === 
-== Why can't I run Windows OS on my my workstation ? == 
-Because it sucks and it would require too much of our time to setup, fix, upgrade, keep away from viruses, etc. 
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