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==Making Your Own GO Link==
 
==Making Your Own GO Link==
  
GO is the aliasing system the college uses for link shortening.  ITS has [https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wiki/LIS/GO#Create_your_own_GO_shortcuts written a guide] on how to create your own GO link (useful for quickly accessing your [[Useful_Tools#public_html_Folders|public_html homepage]], for example)
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GO is the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aliasing_(computing) aliasing] system the college uses for link shortening.  ITS has [https://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wiki/LIS/GO#Create_your_own_GO_shortcuts written a guide] on how to create your own GO link (useful for quickly accessing your [[Useful_Tools#public_html_Folders|public_html homepage]], for example)
  
==Pete's Guides==
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==Guide to Installing Linux==
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[[Linux Guide|Start here!]] All guides taken from Pete Johnson.
  
You may find information in [http://www.cs.middlebury.edu/~pjohnson/guides/ these guides] useful
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==CS312 Windows Software Install Guide==
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[[CS312 Software]]

Latest revision as of 14:20, 13 February 2020

Making Your Own GO Link

GO is the aliasing system the college uses for link shortening. ITS has written a guide on how to create your own GO link (useful for quickly accessing your public_html homepage, for example)

Guide to Installing Linux

Start here! All guides taken from Pete Johnson.

CS312 Windows Software Install Guide

CS312 Software