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Method of logging into the Unix environment of the ITC system

This page introduces the procedure for logging into the ITC system Unix environment.

  1. Start PuTTY.

  2. The "PuTTY Setting" dialog box is displayed, so enter [host name (or IP address)] (see below), make sure that "SSH" is selected as connection type, then click [Open].

    Use Host name
    ITC Account common server login00.user.keio.ac.jp
    Hiyoshi Campus class use server login20.user.keio.ac.jp

    ※ When using the Unix environment, it is necessary to add the Unix login function.
    ※ To log into the classwork use server from outside the Hiyoshi Campus, please log into and use the ITC account common server. (You can access your personal data base from both servers.)

  3. When you first connect, the “PuTTy security warning” is displayed. To receive the key to the server that is displayed here, select [Yes].

  4. The terminal starts and "login as:" is displayed, so enter the user name of your ITC account and press the Enter key. Next, a display such as "********@login**user.keio.ac.jp's password:" is displayed so enter the password of your ITC account and press the Enter key.

  5. If you have entered the correct user name and password, you login and the screen appears as shown below. (If your user name or password is incorrect, you cannot login, so reenter the correct user name and password.)

  6. If you are finished working and will logoff, enter [exit] and press the [Enter] key.

Last-Modified: September 8, 2016

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