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We have a 3000Va Rackmounted 3U UPS, made by APC, bought from Dell.

[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")
[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")

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[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

PHAs (Physics With Astronomy students) on the other hand, what\'s not to
like \^_\^
like \^\_\^

\--Geekity
\--Geekity

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Loose History
-------------
## Loose History

**Disclaimer**

@@ -107,8 +106,7 @@ Techweek
Anniversary organisation, the event, the collage, the general spirit,
associate meetups, the death of drjolt

Topics
------
## Topics

### Network

@@ -142,4 +140,4 @@ helpdesk webpages & wiki, student projects (CA class)
\[ In progress page by kpodesta - due to be finished August 2006. Stick
in whatever you want though! Word. \]

[Category:Redbrick History](/Category:Redbrick_History "wikilink")
[Category:Redbrick History](/Category:Redbrick_History "wikilink")

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1. REDIRECT [Academic Research](/Academic_Research "wikilink")
1. REDIRECT [Academic Research](/Academic_Research "wikilink")

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Postgraduate study is any study after your basic degree, be that
science, engineering, arts, etc. There are two main options:

Masters (M.sc., M.eng., M.A, etc.)
----------------------------------
## Masters (M.sc., M.eng., M.A, etc.)

A Masters is usually one year long, and it qualifies you as someone with
an \"in-depth\" knowledge of a particular field. To get a Masters,
@@ -10,24 +9,23 @@ you\'re required to show that you have a detailed knowledge of that
particular field. There are two types of Masters, \'Taught\' and
\'Research\':

- Taught
- Has the same academic year & same format as your basic degree
(e.g. semesterised, lectures, exams)
- Just like a year\'s extension of college, only typically harder
- Typically there is a project/dissertation at the end (e.g. 3 or
4 months to complete)
- Research
- Very different to your basic degree, no structure, lectures, or
exams
- You have to conduct independent research, perform experiments,
read/write academic papers
- Your work is submitted in the form of a thesis (longer than a
dissertation)
- You are allocated a supervisor who will help you, and will guide
your research, criticize your work. etc.
* Taught
* Has the same academic year & same format as your basic degree
(e.g. semesterised, lectures, exams)
* Just like a year\'s extension of college, only typically harder
* Typically there is a project/dissertation at the end (e.g. 3 or
4 months to complete)
* Research
* Very different to your basic degree, no structure, lectures, or
exams
* You have to conduct independent research, perform experiments,
read/write academic papers
* Your work is submitted in the form of a thesis (longer than a
dissertation)
* You are allocated a supervisor who will help you, and will guide
your research, criticize your work. etc.

Doctorate (Ph.D.)
-----------------
## Doctorate (Ph.D.)

A Doctorate usually takes a minimum of 3 years, and typically around 4
years full-time, and it qualifies you to be a professional researcher.
@@ -40,8 +38,7 @@ area! Or something like that. The Doctorate also should prepare you for
life as an academic: writing reports, scientific papers, meeting
deadlines, interacting with other researchers at conferences, etc.

Academic Life
-------------
## Academic Life

The academic life can be a dream or a horror, depending on who you talk
to. Due to the lack of a structured work day, typically academics can
@@ -61,11 +58,10 @@ nobody has before, or to feel you are on the edge of scientific
knowledge - but there is a tradeoff you have to consider; academic life
is not necessarily for everyone!

Brickies in Research
--------------------
## Brickies in Research

- dever (Computing, DCU)
- geekity (Physics, DCU)
- tree (Biology, DCU)
* dever (Computing, DCU)
* geekity (Physics, DCU)
* tree (Biology, DCU)

[Category:Jobs](/Category:Jobs "wikilink")
[Category:Jobs](/Category:Jobs "wikilink")

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This page contains information on how to customise your .zsh shell
account.

Changing The Command Prompt
---------------------------
## Changing The Command Prompt

Right, you\'ve seen you friends with colour command prompts showing them
who is heying them with lots of other bells and whistles and you wanna
@@ -12,9 +11,11 @@ place. The first thing we\'re going to do is show you how to set your
own command prompt message. This is very easy to do, simply exporting a
system variable as follows:

`receive@murphy (~) % export PS1="[zsh prompt]>"`\
`[zsh prompt]> export RPS1="[right side prompt]"`\
`[zsh prompt]>                           [right side prompt]`
```
receive@murphy (~) % export PS1="[zsh prompt]>"
[zsh prompt]> export RPS1="[right side prompt]"
[zsh prompt]> [right side prompt]`
```

All we have done here is exported the two variables for the left side of
the command prompt (PS1) and the right side of the command prompt
@@ -22,46 +23,50 @@ the command prompt (PS1) and the right side of the command prompt
command prompts will be set like so every time you log in. Just place
these lines in your .zshrc:

`export PS1="Your Left Side Command Prompt ==>"`\
`export RPS1="Your Right Side Command Prompt ==>"`
```
export PS1="Your Left Side Command Prompt ==>"
export RPS1="Your Right Side Command Prompt ==>"
```

and then source your .zshrc by typing:

`source .zshrc`
`source .zshrc`

Using zsh escape sequences
--------------------------
## Using zsh escape sequences

zsh has some system escape sequences which can be used in your command
prompt also. These sequences are special characters which relate to
system properties. They can be included in your command prompts to make
your prompt more dynamic. Some of the common escape sequences are:

Property Escape Sequence
-------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------
Your current working directory relative to /home/ \%d
Your current working directory relative to /home/member/u/username \%\~
Begin and end bold print \%B\....%b
Begin and end underlined print \%U\....%u
server name, eg - murphy.redbrick.dcu.ie \%M
The part of the hostname up to the first . - murphy \%m
Your Login Name \%n
System time in HH:mm format \%T
System time in HH:mm:ss format \%\*
Today\'s Date in YY-MM-DD \%D
Your current tty e.g. pts/100 \%l
Property Escape Sequence

---

Your current working directory relative to /home/ \%d
Your current working directory relative to /home/member/u/username \%\~
Begin and end bold print \%B\....%b
Begin and end underlined print \%U\....%u
server name, eg - murphy.redbrick.dcu.ie \%M
The part of the hostname up to the first . - murphy \%m
Your Login Name \%n
System time in HH:mm format \%T
System time in HH:mm:ss format \%\*
Today\'s Date in YY-MM-DD \%D
Your current tty e.g. pts/100 \%l

Including these in your command prompt exports allows you to have a
clock on your command prompt which updates every time you press return,
and you can see your current working directory to save you typing
\"pwd\" every time you forget where you are. e.g.

`receive@murphy (~) % export PS1="[%B%n%b @ %M]>"`\
`[receive @ murphy]> export RPS1="[%* on %D]"`\
`[receive @ murphy]>           [12:00:00 on 02-05-15]`
```
receive@murphy (~) % export PS1="[%B%n%b @ %M]>"
[receive @ murphy]> export RPS1="[%* on %D]"
[receive @ murphy]> [12:00:00 on 02-05-15]
```

Adding colours to the command prompt
------------------------------------
## Adding colours to the command prompt

Its still looking kinda plain isn\'t it? Maybe we could add some colours
to it to see what we can do. zsh has another special set of escape
@@ -72,29 +77,31 @@ At this point it gets a little more complicated. But with a little
perseverance you can have your own customised and coloured account. The
following are the escape sequences for creating the coloured text.

Colour Escape Sequence
---------------- -----------------
Red text \%{\\e\[1;31m%}
Green text \%{\\e\[1;32m%}
Yellow text \%{\\e\[1;33m%}
Blue text \%{\\e\[1;34m%}
Pink text \%{\\e\[1;35m%}
Cyan text \%{\\e\[1;36m%}
Grey text \%{\\e\[1;37m%}
Grey text \%{\\e\[1;38m%}
Grey text \%{\\e\[1;39m%}
Dark grey text \%{\\e\[1;30m%}
Back to normal \%{\\e\[0m%}
Colour Escape Sequence

---

Red text \%{\\e\[1;31m%}
Green text \%{\\e\[1;32m%}
Yellow text \%{\\e\[1;33m%}
Blue text \%{\\e\[1;34m%}
Pink text \%{\\e\[1;35m%}
Cyan text \%{\\e\[1;36m%}
Grey text \%{\\e\[1;37m%}
Grey text \%{\\e\[1;38m%}
Grey text \%{\\e\[1;39m%}
Dark grey text \%{\\e\[1;30m%}
Back to normal \%{\\e\[0m%}

Here\'s the tricky part. These colour escapes sequences have to be
printed to the prompt within the export command. Here\'s the syntax for
making a red word in the left command prompt:

`receive@murphy (~) % export PS1="[$(print '%{\e[1;31m%}%n%{\e[0m%}') @ %M]>"`
`receive@murphy (~) % export PS1="[$(print '%{\e[1;31m%}%n%{\e[0m%}') @ %M]>"`

What this command means is:

`export PS1="`
`export PS1="`

export the variable

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print the opening \'\[\'

`$(print '%{\e[1;31m%}`
`$(print '%{\e[1;31m%}`

print the escape for \"RED\" to the prompt

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print the escape to return to normal text

`@ %M]>"`
`@ %M]>"`

finish printing prompt message.

Pre-commands
------------
## Pre-commands

This is just a sample of how you can make your account \"look\" better.
there are plenty more tricks which can be added to your account, to
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let you know your message status. Placing the following lines in your
.zshrc file will accomplish just that.

`export PS1="[%n @ %M]>"     #normal left prompt with name and server`
`export PS1="[%n @ %M]>" #normal left prompt with name and server`

`#create dynamic right prompt with date and message status`\
`function precmd    {`\
``        export RPS1="(%D)[mesg `mesg`]"  ``\
`#create dynamic right prompt with date and message status`\
`function precmd {`\
`` export RPS1="(%D)[mesg `mesg`]" ``\
`}`

Auto completion
---------------
## Auto completion

You may have noticed that zsh supports command auto-completion (as do
most Bourne-compatible shells). For example if you type \"cd pu\" and
@@ -154,15 +159,15 @@ want to have to type your friend\'s username when you\'re spying on
him/her. In this case you could set up and auto completion list from
your .friends file. e.g.

`` function userlist { reply=(`cat ~/.friends`); }  ``\
`#generates a list of usernames from your .friends file`\
` `\
`compctl -K userlist hey `\
`#adds this list of names to auto completion for the command "hey `<username>`"`
`` function userlist { reply=(`cat ~/.friends`); } ``\
`#generates a list of usernames from your .friends file`\
``\
`compctl -K userlist hey`\
`#adds this list of names to auto completion for the command "hey`<username>`"`

`compctl -K userlist ps -fU `\
`#adds this list of names to auto completion for the command "ps -fU `<username>`"`\
`set COMPLETE_ALIASES      #adds the alias`
`compctl -K userlist ps -fU`\
`#adds this list of names to auto completion for the command "ps -fU`<username>`"`\
`set COMPLETE_ALIASES #adds the alias`

So say I\'m the only person in your .friends file whose username begins
with \"c\". Typing \"ps -fU r\<-TAB-\>\" will auto-complete to \"ps -fU
@@ -171,35 +176,33 @@ have one set). This can be convenient if you have a list of commands
that you use on a regular basis for which aliases would be unsuitable.
zsh message (exporting ARGV0)

Removing the help message
-------------------------
## Removing the help message

Everytime you sign into redbrick, you get the help message.\
If you\'re tired of seeing this all you need to do is add a file called
.nohelp in your home directory. You can use the touch command to create
a blank file.

`receive@murphy (~) % touch .nohelp`
`receive@murphy (~) % touch .nohelp`

Customised zsh messages
-----------------------
## Customised zsh messages

You may have seen when you \"spy\" on another user\'s processes that
they have a customised zsh message in the process list. More and more
people do this as an added customisation (and annoyance ;)) to their
account.

`receive@murphy (~) % ps -fU receive`\
`UID        PID  PPID  C STIME TTY          TIME CMD`\
`receive   2120  2118  0 Feb09 pts/212  00:00:01 -zsh`\
`receive  16581  2120  0 02:00 pts/212  00:00:00 ps -fU receive`
`receive@murphy (~) % ps -fU receive`\
`UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD`\
`receive 2120 2118 0 Feb09 pts/212 00:00:01 -zsh`\
`receive 16581 2120 0 02:00 pts/212 00:00:00 ps -fU receive`

`receive@murphy (~) % ARGV0='Custom Message' exec zsh`
`receive@murphy (~) % ARGV0='Custom Message' exec zsh`

`receive@murphy (~) % ps -fU receive`\
`UID        PID  PPID  C STIME TTY          TIME CMD`\
`receive   2120  2118  0 Feb09 pts/212  00:00:02 Custom Message`\
`receive  22095  2120  0 02:06 pts/212  00:00:00 ps -fU receive`
`receive@murphy (~) % ps -fU receive`\
`UID PID PPID C STIME TTY TIME CMD`\
`receive 2120 2118 0 Feb09 pts/212 00:00:02 Custom Message`\
`receive 22095 2120 0 02:06 pts/212 00:00:00 ps -fU receive`

The command ARGV0=\'Custom Message\' exec zsh changes the default
message from -zsh to whatever you want. If you want this to be set
@@ -215,9 +218,9 @@ file, which print information to the screen and move them into your
.zlogin instead. The reason for this is that when you log in, the system
will:

- source your .zshrc
- source your .zlogin containing - ARGV0=\"\" exec zsh
- source your .zshrc again - because of the exec zsh in .zlogin
* source your .zshrc
* source your .zlogin containing - ARGV0=\"\" exec zsh
* source your .zshrc again - because of the exec zsh in .zlogin

If there were any commands in your .zshrc that printed to the screen,
rbusers for example, then they would end up printing twice. So for any
@@ -233,4 +236,4 @@ ARGV0=\'Custom Message\' exec zsh or sourcing your .zlogin file.
If you have any problems or mess something up and need help, just talk
to [Helpdesk](/Helpdesk "wikilink").

[Category:Helpdesk](/Category:Helpdesk "wikilink")
[Category:Helpdesk](/Category:Helpdesk "wikilink")

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If strong language offends you, turn back now!

The tool **wtf**, located in */usr/games*, will decipher many commonly
The tool **wtf**, located in _/usr/games_, will decipher many commonly
used acronyms for you.

+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+
| - ***afaik*** | - ***np*** - | \'\'\'\'\' - | - ***\<3*** - |
| - | no problem | yes really | a heart, |
| as far as I | | | implying |
| know | <!-- --> | | love, |
| | | | liking or |
| <!-- --> | - ***NSFW*** | | agreement |
| | - | | |
| - ***afk*** - | not safe | | |
| away from | for work | | |
| keyboard | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | - ***omg*** - | | |
| - ***asap*** | oh my god | | |
| - | | | |
| as soon as | <!-- --> | | |
| possible | | | |
| | - ***orly?*** | | |
| <!-- --> | - | | |
| | oh | | |
| - ***asl*** - | really?(pai | | |
| age/sex/loc | red | | |
| ation | with yarly) | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| - ***bbl/s*** | - ***PEBCAK** | | |
| - | * - | | |
| be back | problem | | |
| later/soon | exists | | |
| | between | | |
| <!-- --> | chair and | | |
| | keyboard | | |
| - ***bg*** - | | | |
| bad game | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | - ***pita*** | | |
| | - | | |
| - ***bj*** - | pain in the | | |
| bon joue | arse | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| - ***brb*** - | - ***pmsl*** | | |
| be right | - | | |
| back | pissing | | |
| | myself | | |
| <!-- --> | laughing | | |
| | | | |
| - ***btw*** - | <!-- --> | | |
| by the way | | | |
| | - ***pw*** - | | |
| <!-- --> | password | | |
| | | | |
| - ***diaf*** | <!-- --> | | |
| - | | | |
| die in a | - ***qft*** - | | |
| fire | quoted for | | |
| | truth | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| - ***ffs*** - | | | |
| for fuck | - ***rofl*** | | |
| sake | - | | |
| | rolling on | | |
| <!-- --> | the floor | | |
| | laughing(ca | | |
| - ***ftw*** - | n | | |
| for the win | be combined | | |
| | with lmao - | | |
| <!-- --> | roflmao) | | |
| | | | |
| - ***ftl*** - | <!-- --> | | |
| for the | | | |
| lose | - ***rtfm*** | | |
| | - | | |
| <!-- --> | read the | | |
| | fucking | | |
| - ***gl*** - | manual | | |
| good luck | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | - ***stfu*** | | |
| - ***gg*** - | - | | |
| good game | shut the | | |
| | fuck up | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| - ***gtfo*** | | | |
| - | - ***tb(q/f)h | | |
| get the | *** - | | |
| fuck out | to be | | |
| | (quite/fuck | | |
| <!-- --> | ing) | | |
| | honest | | |
| - ***gtg*** - | | | |
| got to go | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | - ***ttfn*** | | |
| | - | | |
| - ***hf*** - | ta ta for | | |
| have fun | now | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| - ***idk*** - | - ***ttyl*** | | |
| I don\'t | - | | |
| know | talk to you | | |
| | later | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| - ***iirc*** | | | |
| - | - ***ty*** - | | |
| if I recall | thank you | | |
| correctly | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | - ***waf*** - | | |
| - ***irl*** - | what a fag | | |
| in real | | | |
| life | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | - ***wb*** - | | |
| | welcome | | |
| - ***jk*** - | back | | |
| just | | | |
| kidding | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | - ***w/e*** - | | |
| | whatever | | |
| - ***lol*** - | | | |
| laughing | <!-- --> | | |
| out loud | | | |
| | - ***wtf*** - | | |
| <!-- --> | what the | | |
| | fuck | | |
| - ***lulz*** | | | |
| - | <!-- --> | | |
| a different | | | |
| way of | - ***w8*** - | | |
| saying lol | wait | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | \*\'\'\'\'\'yar | | |
| | ly | | |
| - ***lmao*** | | | |
| - | | | |
| laughing my | | | |
| ass off(can | | | |
| be combined | | | |
| with rofl - | | | |
| roflmao) | | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | | | |
| - ***MDR*** - | | | |
| morir de | | | |
| rire | | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | | | |
| - ***nm*** - | | | |
| never mind | | | |
| - **_afaik_** | - **_np_** - | \'\'\'\'\' - | - **_\<3_** - |
| - | no problem | yes really | a heart, |
| as far as I | | | implying |
| know | <!-- --> | | love, |
| | | | liking or |
| <!-- --> | - **_NSFW_** | | agreement |
| | - | | |
| - **_afk_** - | not safe | | |
| away from | for work | | |
| keyboard | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | - **_omg_** - | | |
| - **_asap_** | oh my god | | |
| - | | | |
| as soon as | <!-- --> | | |
| possible | | | |
| | - **_orly?_** | | |
| <!-- --> | - | | |
| | oh | | |
| - **_asl_** - | really?(pai | | |
| age/sex/loc | red | | |
| ation | with yarly) | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| - **_bbl/s_** | - **\*PEBCAK** | | |
| - | \* - | | |
| be back | problem | | |
| later/soon | exists | | |
| | between | | |
| <!-- --> | chair and | | |
| | keyboard | | |
| - **_bg_** - | | | |
| bad game | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | - **_pita_** | | |
| | - | | |
| - **_bj_** - | pain in the | | |
| bon joue | arse | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| - **_brb_** - | - **_pmsl_** | | |
| be right | - | | |
| back | pissing | | |
| | myself | | |
| <!-- --> | laughing | | |
| | | | |
| - **_btw_** - | <!-- --> | | |
| by the way | | | |
| | - **_pw_** - | | |
| <!-- --> | password | | |
| | | | |
| - **_diaf_** | <!-- --> | | |
| - | | | |
| die in a | - **_qft_** - | | |
| fire | quoted for | | |
| | truth | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| - **_ffs_** - | | | |
| for fuck | - **_rofl_** | | |
| sake | - | | |
| | rolling on | | |
| <!-- --> | the floor | | |
| | laughing(ca | | |
| - **_ftw_** - | n | | |
| for the win | be combined | | |
| | with lmao - | | |
| <!-- --> | roflmao) | | |
| | | | |
| - **_ftl_** - | <!-- --> | | |
| for the | | | |
| lose | - **_rtfm_** | | |
| | - | | |
| <!-- --> | read the | | |
| | fucking | | |
| - **_gl_** - | manual | | |
| good luck | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | - **_stfu_** | | |
| - **_gg_** - | - | | |
| good game | shut the | | |
| | fuck up | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| - **_gtfo_** | | | |
| - | - **_tb(q/f)h | | |
| get the | _** - | | |
| fuck out | to be | | |
| | (quite/fuck | | |
| <!-- --> | ing) | | |
| | honest | | |
| - **_gtg_** - | | | |
| got to go | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | - **_ttfn_** | | |
| | - | | |
| - **_hf_** - | ta ta for | | |
| have fun | now | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| - **_idk_** - | - **_ttyl_** | | |
| I don\'t | - | | |
| know | talk to you | | |
| | later | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| - **_iirc_** | | | |
| - | - **_ty_** - | | |
| if I recall | thank you | | |
| correctly | | | |
| | <!-- --> | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | - **_waf_** - | | |
| - **_irl_** - | what a fag | | |
| in real | | | |
| life | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | - **_wb_** - | | |
| | welcome | | |
| - **_jk_** - | back | | |
| just | | | |
| kidding | <!-- --> | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | - **_w/e_** - | | |
| | whatever | | |
| - **_lol_** - | | | |
| laughing | <!-- --> | | |
| out loud | | | |
| | - **_wtf_** - | | |
| <!-- --> | what the | | |
| | fuck | | |
| - **_lulz_** | | | |
| - | <!-- --> | | |
| a different | | | |
| way of | - **_w8_** - | | |
| saying lol | wait | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | \*\'\'\'\'\'yar | | |
| | ly | | |
| - **_lmao_** | | | |
| - | | | |
| laughing my | | | |
| ass off(can | | | |
| be combined | | | |
| with rofl - | | | |
| roflmao) | | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | | | |
| - **_MDR_** - | | | |
| morir de | | | |
| rire | | | |
| | | | |
| <!-- --> | | | |
| | | | |
| - **_nm_** - | | | |
| never mind | | | |
+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------+

: Acronyms:
: Acronyms:

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@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
know. We don\'t care. We\'ve told you we don\'t care. You know we don\'t
care.\" Is there any part of that you don\'t understand?\"

`   - DrJolt, ref. Julie Incident, The`
`- DrJolt, ref. Julie Incident, The`

This is the sort of thing admins can say to people. They can also get
away with it. For admins are the ultimate power, they have the ability
@@ -27,4 +27,4 @@ shoulder, and the sickening beep of your connection dropping :)

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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@@ -1,5 +1,4 @@
coconut
-------
## coconut

### What is RedBrick?

@@ -39,16 +38,16 @@ create/edit/vandalise pages on whatever you feel like. You can access
all of these services from any computer connected to the Internet.

Networking societies are to be found all over the country, and RedBrick
- as part of the Intersocs network - is often found mingling with other
nerds from Trinity, DIT, NUI Maynooth and University of Limerick, both
at Intersocs events and in the IRC channel.

* as part of the Intersocs network - is often found mingling with other
nerds from Trinity, DIT, NUI Maynooth and University of Limerick, both
at Intersocs events and in the IRC channel.

So, if you want to make new friends, talk about anything that\'s on your
mind, or just get twisted because you have nothing better to do with
your time, RedBrick has something to offer you.

Justin / cain
-------------
## Justin / cain

Illustrious Chairman, Justin/[Cain](/User:_Cain "wikilink"), originally
joined redbrick to write an article for An Tarbh.
@@ -122,8 +121,7 @@ to everyone I mentioned in this article and the few I didn\'t.

Caine.

Kevin / kevd
------------
## Kevin / kevd

At phaxx\'s suggestion, Campus (the weekly students\' union magazine)
found a RedBrick virgin and asked them to join up and write about their
@@ -194,4 +192,4 @@ not be active but they are still logged in - mistake number three.

Kevin Doyle, Victim

[Category:Redbrick History](/Category:Redbrick_History "wikilink")
[Category:Redbrick History](/Category:Redbrick_History "wikilink")

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@@ -1,7 +1,6 @@
__NOTOC__ **Asplodey \~ 136.206.15.9**
**NOTOC** **Asplodey \~ 136.206.15.9**

Details
-------
## Details

<table>
<tr>
@@ -117,4 +116,4 @@ reboot, not turn on & burned out at least one hard drive. About the same
time [sprout](/sprout "wikilink") arrived it was decided to get rid of
asplodey.

[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")
[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")

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@@ -6,26 +6,24 @@ While this is in place, there won\'t be a Mailbox for you on Redbrick\'s
servers. Your mail will not be stored on Redbrick so you will be unable
to use Redbrick webmail to access your messages.

Disabling the default forward
-----------------------------
## Disabling the default forward

If you want to disable email forwarding for your account, there are 2
ways to do this:

- Run the following command at a shell:
* Run the following command at a shell:

`noforward`

- Delete the \'.forward\' file in your home directory:
* Delete the \'.forward\' file in your home directory:

`rm ~/.forward`
`rm ~/.forward`

Once this is done, the next piece of mail to arrive should create your
Mailbox on redbrick, and you will be able to access your mails using
[mutt](/mutt "wikilink") or via the webmail interface.

Setting a new forward
---------------------
## Setting a new forward

Setting your redbrick email to forward to another address is quite
simple.
@@ -39,8 +37,8 @@ Save the file, and email forwarding should now be active.

To quickly set up forwarding you can also type:

`echo "mynewaddress@somewhere.com" > ~/.forward`
`echo "mynewaddress@somewhere.com" > ~/.forward`

at your shell and it\'ll all be done in one step.

[Category:Helpdesk](/Category:Helpdesk "wikilink")
[Category:Helpdesk](/Category:Helpdesk "wikilink")

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@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ Avatar graduated this year.

\--Spock Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ and be effective.

\--Sares

------------------------------------------------------------------------
---

Just a few wee things that need to be fleshed out. The Avocado was the
name given by Valen to a body known as the [Admin](/Admins "wikilink")
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ Summer.

\--Cain

------------------------------------------------------------------------
---

It should be noted that only a subset of the list of advocado members
were actually leading the movement - I for one thought the way the
@@ -83,4 +83,4 @@ process.

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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@@ -1,7 +1,6 @@
__NOTOC__ **Azazel \~ 136.206.15.24**
**NOTOC** **Azazel \~ 136.206.15.24**

Details
-------
## Details

<table>
<tr>
@@ -100,13 +99,13 @@ Description
Azazel was purchased using a grant during the 2010/2011 academic year.
It was opened to users for testing on the 17th of February 2011 and was
officially launched as our primary login server on the 22nd of April

2011. On this date it also became the host machine for our DAS
[Worf](/Worf "wikilink").
[Worf](/Worf "wikilink").

Services
--------
## Services

- Serves /home and /webtree over NFS.
- Primary login machine.
* Serves /home and /webtree over NFS.
* Primary login machine.

[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")
[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")

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@@ -1,7 +1,6 @@
__NOTOC__ **B4 \~ 136.206.15.15**
**NOTOC** **B4 \~ 136.206.15.15**

Details
-------
## Details

<table>
<tr>
@@ -56,7 +55,7 @@ Onboard PERC RAID controller
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
Â
�

</td>
<td>
@@ -86,7 +85,7 @@ Internal IDE CDROM
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
Â
�

</td>
<td>
@@ -106,7 +105,7 @@ Network:
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
Â
�

</td>
<td>
@@ -126,7 +125,7 @@ Onboard Dell Remote Access Controller (DRAC) for remote management.
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
Â
�

</td>
<td>
@@ -159,14 +158,13 @@ or take), it decides something\'s wrong, spins all the other fans up to
full power, flashes bright orange and displays warnings on its little
LCD screen. A replacement fan has been ordered off eBay.

Services
--------
## Services

- Serial consoles for things-that-support-serial-access
- Gateway to the management network
- Nagios
- VPN tunnel to [Severus](/Severus "wikilink"), which lives in the CSD
server room in the library.
- Remote logging
* Serial consoles for things-that-support-serial-access
* Gateway to the management network
* Nagios
* VPN tunnel to [Severus](/Severus "wikilink"), which lives in the CSD
server room in the library.
* Remote logging

[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")
[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")

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@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ trash heap.

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ rest is a blur.

\--Spock

------------------------------------------------------------------------
---

There was a bet between myself and Wibble as to whether the
[BBS](/BBS "wikilink") would withstand the strain. I won the grand sum
@@ -32,4 +32,4 @@ of 20p on that particular wager.

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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@@ -9,4 +9,4 @@ look at his mom\'s webpage at \[www.redbrick.dcu.ie/\~sarah\].

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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@@ -5,24 +5,22 @@ that is recorded by Redbrick members, preferably without playing
together during the recordings (i.e. we play in the dank depths of our
own rooms and upload instrument tracks for compilation).

Musicians So Far
----------------
## Musicians So Far

Here is a list of volunteers and people who were selected as volunteers.
They may not know that they\'re in a band but who cares tbh. Please add
musical skillz as appropriate. kcheerz bai.

- - DoC: bass guitar
- lithium: rhythm guitar and backing vocals
- gizmo: lead guitar
- nemo: lead guitar
- atlas: vocals
- train: triangle
- abolo: rhythm and some fancy picking
- dregin: drums
* * DoC: bass guitar
* lithium: rhythm guitar and backing vocals
* gizmo: lead guitar
* nemo: lead guitar
* atlas: vocals
* train: triangle
* abolo: rhythm and some fancy picking
* dregin: drums

Our Crew
--------
## Our Crew

So far, attol has been selected for our public relations officer. Again,
she may not be aware of this.
she may not be aware of this.

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@@ -1,16 +1,14 @@
Bourne-again shell
------------------
## Bourne-again shell

[bash](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bash) is the name of a free Unix
shell written for the GNU Project. It can be used instead of the
[zsh](/zsh "wikilink") shell (which is the default on RedBrick). E-mail
[helpdesk](/helpdesk "wikilink").

bash.redbrick.dcu.ie
--------------------
## bash.redbrick.dcu.ie

[RedBrick bash](http://bash.redbrick.dcu.ie) is a rip-off of
[bash.org](http://www.bash.org/). Here you can submit quotes from IRC or
anywhere RedBrick-related which you consider funny.

[Category:Humour](/Category:Humour "wikilink")
[Category:Humour](/Category:Humour "wikilink")

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@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ or we do 9 9 9 9 8 in week 1, 9 9 9 9 0 in week 2 and then BH Monday 9 9
9 4 in week 3. It depends on our pay periods.

Either way I work way too hard, for not enough money and if anyone needs
an environmental consultant I\'m your gal.
an environmental consultant I\'m your gal.

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1. REDIRECT [Bertie Ahern Visit](/Bertie_Ahern_Visit "wikilink")
1. REDIRECT [Bertie Ahern Visit](/Bertie_Ahern_Visit "wikilink")

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@@ -9,19 +9,16 @@ honrorary membership of the society! (username:
[bertie](/User:Berties "wikilink"). Please don\'t send him too much
email\...).

Bertie gets honorary membership
-------------------------------
## Bertie gets honorary membership

[Image:Rbwiki_BertieAhernVisit_karlbertie.jpg](/Image:Rbwiki_BertieAhernVisit_karlbertie.jpg "wikilink")

Schedule for the day
--------------------
## Schedule for the day

[Press Release
(Schedule)](/Media:Rbwiki_BertieAhernVisit_press-fax.doc "wikilink")

Bertie Ahern\'s Speech
----------------------
## Bertie Ahern\'s Speech

[An Taoiseach Bertie Ahern\'s
speech](/Media:Rbwiki_BertieAhernVisit_DcuBertieSpeech.doc "wikilink")
@@ -132,13 +129,14 @@ identify how they can best deliver their services electronically.

The internet is central to the delivery of online Government services -
and becoming more so. There will come a time - and the sooner the better
- when internet access will be \"always on\", ready to use speedily on
whatever device people want to access it, to get information, for
entertainment, or of course, to advertise a society outing.

* when internet access will be \"always on\", ready to use speedily on
whatever device people want to access it, to get information, for
entertainment, or of course, to advertise a society outing.

I wish you every success with this new server, which should assist you
in your excellent work for many years to come.

ENDS

[Category:Redbrick History](/Category:Redbrick_History "wikilink")
[Category:Redbrick History](/Category:Redbrick_History "wikilink")

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@@ -1 +1 @@
1. REDIRECT [Best Society](/Best_Society "wikilink")
1. REDIRECT [Best Society](/Best_Society "wikilink")

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@@ -8,10 +8,9 @@ Board of Irish College Societies (BICS) awards:

[Image:Rbwiki_BestSociety_DCP03601.jpg](/Image:Rbwiki_BestSociety_DCP03601.jpg "wikilink")

Links
-----
## Links

- [Even more awards
photos](http://www.redbrick.dcu.ie/~kpodesta/pics/redbrick/)
* [Even more awards
photos](http://www.redbrick.dcu.ie/~kpodesta/pics/redbrick/)

[Category:Redbrick History](/Category:Redbrick_History "wikilink")
[Category:Redbrick History](/Category:Redbrick_History "wikilink")

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1. REDIRECT [Cycling](/Cycling "wikilink")
1. REDIRECT [Cycling](/Cycling "wikilink")

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@@ -1 +1 @@
1. REDIRECT [Bike Locks](/Bike_Locks "wikilink")
1. REDIRECT [Bike Locks](/Bike_Locks "wikilink")

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@@ -1 +1 @@
1. REDIRECT [Bicycles](/Bicycles "wikilink")
1. REDIRECT [Bicycles](/Bicycles "wikilink")

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@@ -25,4 +25,4 @@ comprehend it.

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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@@ -9,8 +9,7 @@ BitchX is another program that can be used to connect to RedBrick chat.
Many of it\'s basic commands are the same as the default program, irssi.
Here we\'ll tell you about some of the differences

An Extension to Navigation
--------------------------
## An Extension to Navigation

This might seem of little use on RedBrick, mainly due to the fact that
chat here is mainly revolved around one room (\#lobby). However it is of
@@ -19,7 +18,7 @@ essential use on other irc servers.
It is possible using BitchX to create another \"invisible window\" and
switch between the two simultaniously. to do this type

`[#lobby] /win new hide`
`[#lobby] /win new hide`

This creates a new hidden window. Now to swtch between the two windows.

@@ -32,29 +31,27 @@ This one is straight from ur sysadmin phil :0) While in chat using
BitchX and you wish to leave for a short period like if you have to mail
some one quickly. Type /detach at the prompt like so\...

`[#lobby] /detach`
`[#lobby] /detach`

This detaches BitchX form the terminal but keep the session alive
(Unlike Ctrl-Z). To return to chat type scr-bx.

Private Chat session
--------------------
## Private Chat session

If you find yourself constantly messageing someone, especially if ye are
having a good discussion using the /query function. To start a
conversation with some-one type

`[#lobby] /query "username"`
`[#lobby] /query "username"`

So you wanted to start a converastion with me you would type\...

`[#lobby] /query mark`
`[#lobby] /query mark`

To end the conversation simply type /query. This works very well with
the /win new hide function.

A little about set
------------------
## A little about set

It is possible to change some of the settings in BitchX (bah it\'s a
\*unx program what did you expect :0)) to see which variables there is
@@ -70,23 +67,22 @@ with the rest yourself :0) there is a variable called LOGFILE. This is
where the log\'s of chat are recorded. To change this variable (And most
others) simlpy type

`[#lobby] /set {NAME_OF_VARIABLE} [Value of Variable]`
`[#lobby] /set {NAME_OF_VARIABLE} [Value of Variable]`

So here it would be

`[#lobby] /set LOGFILE ~/irc/chat.log`
`[#lobby] /set LOGFILE ~/irc/chat.log`

This now means that chat\'s logfile is pointed to a text file called
chat.log in a folder called irc in your home directory.i But you\'ll
probally want to start the logging proccess as well :oP. To do so..

`[#lobby] /set LOG on`
`[#lobby] /set LOG on`

This starts the logging service to the file we specified earlier on.
There are a good few variables, so have fun experimenting :0)

Using .bitchxrc to make your life easier
----------------------------------------
## Using .bitchxrc to make your life easier

As you probally noticed there is quite a large abount of variables to be
set and so you can imagine that typing them out each time you login, is
@@ -99,4 +95,4 @@ variable in you .bitchxrc file each time you login to chat it will start
logging chat to the revelant file. I hope you can see why this is of
huge help :0)

[Category:Helpdesk](/Category:Helpdesk "wikilink")
[Category:Helpdesk](/Category:Helpdesk "wikilink")

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@@ -3,50 +3,47 @@ Jabber) to a virtual IRC channel and virtual IRC queries. What does that
mean in english I hear you say. Basically it lets you connect to yahoo,
msn or google talk through your redbrick chat.

Starting Bitlbee in irssi
-------------------------
## Starting Bitlbee in irssi

To start bitlbee in irssi type

`/connect bitlbee`
`/connect bitlbee`

This opens a new window, the bitlbee control window. You\'ll notice
there seems to be another person in this channel called \"root\". This
is the bitlbee system (we\'ll tell you how to rename it later).

Starting Bitlbee in weechat
---------------------------
## Starting Bitlbee in weechat

To add your bitlbee server to weechat just type in the weechat window

`/server add bitlbee bitlbee.redbrick.dcu.ie/6667`
`/server add bitlbee bitlbee.redbrick.dcu.ie/6667`

Before you connect you must have your nick set up so:

`/set irc.server.bitlbee.nicks "your nick"`
`/set irc.server.bitlbee.nicks "your nick"`

Then to connect simply type

`/connect bitlbee`
`/connect bitlbee`

Adding accounts
---------------
## Adding accounts

This section tells you how to add accounts to the system.

#### MSN

`account add msn `<msn address>` `<password>
`account add msn`<msn address>``<password>

#### Yahoo

`account add yahoo username@yahoo.com `<password>
`account add yahoo username@yahoo.com`<password>

#### Google Talk

`account add jabber username@gmail.com`\
`account gtalk set oauth on [`**`Follow`` ``on-screen`` ``commands`` ``to`` ``authenticate`` ``using`` ``OAuth`**`]`\
`account gtalk on`
`account add jabber username@gmail.com`\
`account gtalk set oauth on [`**` Follow`` ``on-screen`` ``commands`` ``to`` ``authenticate`` ``using`` ``OAuth `**`]`\
`account gtalk on`

#### Facebook

@@ -57,33 +54,32 @@ Use the same email you use to log in to facebook, and either your main
password or an app password.

An app password can be generated via the: [security
page](https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=security&section=per_app_passwords&view)
page](https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=security§ion=per_app_passwords&view)
on the Facebook website.

`account add facebook `<email>` `<password>
`account add facebook`<email>``<password>

Signing In
----------
## Signing In

Once you\'ve set up your accounts turn them on by typing

`account facebook on`
`account facebook on`

If you have multiple accounts set up you can turn them on one by one by
specifing the number (accounts are numbered from 0 in the order you set
them up)

`account list`
`account list`

will tell you the numbers associated with each of your accounts. To turn
on account one type

`account on 1`
`account on 1`

Similarly you can sign out by typing

`account off`\
`account off 1`
`account off`\
`account off 1`

### Seeing who else is signed in

@@ -104,21 +100,19 @@ Weechat:

Irssi: <http://github.com/avar/irssi-bitlbee-facebook-rename>

Sending a message
-----------------
## Sending a message

You can use bitlbee in two ways - either talk directly to your buddies
in the bitlbee window, or open pms with them by typing /msg as you would
to normally open a PM. you\'ll notice that irssi is somethimes including
the server in the /msg command as you use the tab complete e.g.

`/msg -Redbrick undone`\
`/msg -bitlbee landa2`
`/msg -Redbrick undone`\
`/msg -bitlbee landa2`

it\'s nothing to worry about :D

NickNames
---------
## NickNames

### Setting your nickname

@@ -127,7 +121,7 @@ you have connected. First need to know the number of the account you
want to add them to (see above). For example if I want to change my name
on MSN to Sleepy Guy, and msn is account 1 I would type

`nick 1 "Sleepy Guy"`
`nick 1 "Sleepy Guy"`

### Setting nicknames for other people

@@ -139,39 +133,36 @@ happenns to have a strange email address like
undoneisthecoolestever@hotmail.com you can rename him to just kev by
typing

`rename undoneisthecoolestguyever kev`
`rename undoneisthecoolestguyever kev`

You can also use this command to rename \"root\" to whatever you like.

Adding new buddies
------------------
## Adding new buddies

Occasionally you\'ll want to add new buddies. For example if my msn
account is number 1 and i want to add undone@hotmail.com I would type

`add 1 undone@hotmail.com`
`add 1 undone@hotmail.com`

You can also specify custom names when you add new buddies

`add 1 undone@hotmail.com kevin`
`add 1 undone@hotmail.com kevin`

If I get tired of listening to kevin I can simply remove him by typing

`remove kevin`
`remove kevin`

Turning off join/leave messages
-------------------------------
## Turning off join/leave messages

They can be pretty annoying. Fortunately turning it off is quite easy

`/filter add bitlbee_noise irc.bitlbee.* irc_quit,irc_nick_back *`
`/filter add bitlbee_noise irc.bitlbee.* irc_quit,irc_nick_back *`

This assumes your bitlbee server is called \"bitlbee\"

Getting more help
-----------------
## Getting more help

The help in bitlbee tells you how to use every command, just type help
in your bitlbee channel for more

[Category:Helpdesk](/Category:Helpdesk "wikilink")
[Category:Helpdesk](/Category:Helpdesk "wikilink")

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- 6
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@@ -1,7 +1,6 @@
__NOTOC__ **Blinky \~ 136.206.15.40 \~ blinky.games.dcu.ie**
**NOTOC** **Blinky \~ 136.206.15.40 \~ blinky.games.dcu.ie**

Details
-------
## Details

<table>
<tr>
@@ -109,10 +108,9 @@ then [coconut](/User:coconut "wikilink").

**NEEDS MORE TICKRATE!!!!11!**

Services
--------
## Services

List of current servers running:
<http://games.dcu.ie/forums/index.php?topic=1752.0>

[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")
[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")

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- 1
Boards.md View File

@@ -1 +1 @@
1. REDIRECT [Redbrick Newsgroups](/Redbrick_Newsgroups "wikilink")
1. REDIRECT [Redbrick Newsgroups](/Redbrick_Newsgroups "wikilink")

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- 6
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@@ -2,14 +2,12 @@ Bots have become popular on Redbrick\'s IRC channels. These include
[stopgap](/stopgap "wikilink"), [googlebot](/googlebot "wikilink") and
[mincebot](/mincebot "wikilink"), among a number of others.

Googlebot
---------
## Googlebot

One of the favourites of googlebot (run by Igy)is the *!grouphug*
One of the favourites of googlebot (run by Igy)is the _!grouphug_
command, returning quotes from the www.grouphug.us website.

Mincebot
--------
## Mincebot

An old classic, mincebot is run by DoC, with lots of different command
and responses, including the classic \"Bebo is for spaholes.\".
and responses, including the classic \"Bebo is for spaholes.\".

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@@ -8,10 +8,10 @@ Lotta Mikkonen, Conor Forder - **3rd place with unnamed.**

[Image:CIMG4612.JPG](/Image:CIMG4612.JPG "wikilink")

------------------------------------------------------------------------
---

**Rockband Event was also held.** The result is unknown as the NUIG team
mysteriously dissappeared\... (We were winning 700000+ - 500000)

**Group picture taken at breakfast in C\*\*\*\*\*\* (can\'t remember the
name)** [Image:CIMG4645.JPG](/Image:CIMG4645.JPG "wikilink")
name)** [Image:CIMG4645.JPG](/Image:CIMG4645.JPG "wikilink")

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- 1
Bouncy_Castle.md View File

@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ fact that they left their terminals in order to go out to it.

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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- 1
Brickie.md View File

@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ one. You know who they are :)

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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- 1
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@@ -1 +1 @@
1. REDIRECT [Redbrick CV Advice](/Redbrick_CV_Advice "wikilink")
1. REDIRECT [Redbrick CV Advice](/Redbrick_CV_Advice "wikilink")

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- 1
C.md View File

@@ -4,4 +4,4 @@ Nobody likes it.

[C++](/Cplusplus "wikilink") is better.

LOL.
LOL.

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- 1
CD_suggestions.md View File

@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ white on black) would be nice. Gnome Terminal doesn\'t seem to read
/etc/gconf/gconf.d/apps/terminal . Anyone any idea what it does read?
-\>We should include an rpm/.deb of the java classes/jars. I hear this
package management this is pretty cool -\>Change the default music
player to exaile, as rythm box is a bit crap
player to exaile, as rythm box is a bit crap

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- 3
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@@ -1,5 +1,4 @@
Computer Services Department
----------------------------
## Computer Services Department

Computer Services are to Redbrick what the government is to this
country. What they say goes, whatever decisions they make are
@@ -21,4 +20,4 @@ founder Fergus).

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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- 30
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@@ -2,34 +2,34 @@ Some advice on cabling on the boards (thread on
redbrick.computing.networking, July 2005, contributors: atlas, phil,
colmmacc, drjolt, cambo):

- Label both ends of every cable with source and destination (buy a
labeller!)
- if the source or destination change, update/replace the label with
the new info.
- Colour co-ordinate the cables (e.g. grey for
servers-\>patch_panels, green for uplink, blue for phone cables)
- Use cable ties (preferably of re-adjustable size: e.g. velcro strap
ones that can be adjusted)
- Run cables in bunches (e.g. run cables up side of cabinet, rather
than out in the middle of the cabinet)
- Buy your cables, don\'t make them
- They come in half-metre increments from decent suppliers
- They\'re worth about a euro, rather than 5 minutes of your time
(which is worth more!)
- Check they conform to Cat5e or Cat6 standards
- Some places may offer the batch of cables for free if you find a
faulty cable in it!
- They\'re crimped by a machine in a sealed environment (minor
capacitance on RJ45 head, copper pairs almost exact length)
- There can be some issues with hand-made cables on GigE networks,
with special multimedia stuff
- Can optionally get the cables certified by someone after you
have installed them
- Always test crimped cables if you insist on making them yourself -
don\'t rely on a wire-map tester - a proper cable tester can
diagnose more problems (location of breaks, damaged cables, etc)
- if you see a cable that hasn\'t been run correctly, run the cable
you need to run properly so it\'s easier to remove/fix the
incorrectly run cable at a later date.
* Label both ends of every cable with source and destination (buy a
labeller!)
* if the source or destination change, update/replace the label with
the new info.
* Colour co-ordinate the cables (e.g. grey for
servers-\>patch_panels, green for uplink, blue for phone cables)
* Use cable ties (preferably of re-adjustable size: e.g. velcro strap
ones that can be adjusted)
* Run cables in bunches (e.g. run cables up side of cabinet, rather
than out in the middle of the cabinet)
* Buy your cables, don\'t make them
* They come in half-metre increments from decent suppliers
* They\'re worth about a euro, rather than 5 minutes of your time
(which is worth more!)
* Check they conform to Cat5e or Cat6 standards
* Some places may offer the batch of cables for free if you find a
faulty cable in it!
* They\'re crimped by a machine in a sealed environment (minor
capacitance on RJ45 head, copper pairs almost exact length)
* There can be some issues with hand-made cables on GigE networks,
with special multimedia stuff
* Can optionally get the cables certified by someone after you
have installed them
* Always test crimped cables if you insist on making them yourself -
don\'t rely on a wire-map tester - a proper cable tester can
diagnose more problems (location of breaks, damaged cables, etc)
* if you see a cable that hasn\'t been run correctly, run the cable
you need to run properly so it\'s easier to remove/fix the
incorrectly run cable at a later date.

[Category:HowTo](/Category:HowTo "wikilink")
[Category:HowTo](/Category:HowTo "wikilink")

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- 8
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@@ -1,11 +1,12 @@
[Cammy\'s Law](/Cammy's_Law "wikilink") states:

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
As any Redbrick discussion about religion or religion and science grows longer, the probability of a comparison to relativism approaches one.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
---

Relativism
----------
As any Redbrick discussion about religion or religion and science grows longer, the probability of a comparison to relativism approaches one.

---

## Relativism

\"Relativism\" as described here refers, not to any pragmatic
approaching to value-judgements and beliefs, but to the concept that
@@ -43,8 +44,7 @@ numerous built in limits and checks.
It should be noted that this case of Cammy\'s law is equivalent to an
invocation of Godwin\'s Law.

History
-------
## History

In March 2006, [Cammy](/User:Cammy "wikilink"), a user on Redbrick, had
started to grow tired of every time there was a discussion with some
@@ -62,4 +62,4 @@ large number of students and graduates with technical and science based
degrees and so there is a prevalent atheist and agnostic feeling while
those who hold alternative beliefs are often expected to defend them.

[Category: Community](/Category:_Community "wikilink")
[Category: Community](/Category:_Community "wikilink")

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- 6
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@@ -1,7 +1,6 @@
__NOTOC__ **Carbon \~ 136.206.15.1**
**NOTOC** **Carbon \~ 136.206.15.1**

Details
-------
## Details

<table>
<tr>
@@ -56,7 +55,7 @@ Onboard PERC RAID controller
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
Â
�

</td>
<td>
@@ -86,7 +85,7 @@ Internal IDE CDROM
</tr>
<tr>
<td>
Â
�

</td>
<td>
@@ -151,4 +150,4 @@ In November 2010, it started dying. We\'re not sure why, yet.
As of 2012 Carbon was decommissioned and replaced by a new server
Pygmalion.

[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")
[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")

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- 9
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@@ -1,7 +1,6 @@
__NOTOC__ **Ceiling Cat \~ 136.206.15.11**
**NOTOC** **Ceiling Cat \~ 136.206.15.11**

Details
-------
## Details

<table>
<tr>
@@ -131,11 +130,10 @@ admin desktop machine.
As of April 2013, Ceiling Cat has returned to the clouds. It is awaiting
repair.

Services
--------
## Services

- Firefox
- Amarok
- DVD Burner
* Firefox
* Amarok
* DVD Burner

[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")
[Category:Hardware](/Category:Hardware "wikilink")

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- 2
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@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ Then, on the 28th of May 1998, [CSD](/CSD "wikilink") asked for chat to
be taken down, apparantly it was wasting resources (who would have
thought!)

- - SHUTDOWN initiated by pOOka \*\*\*
* * SHUTDOWN initiated by pOOka \*\*\*

28/05 11:07:33: pOOka logged out.

@@ -58,4 +58,4 @@ easier to maintain, while IRC is less popular among the older users.

Origionally from the [Encyclopedia](/Encyclopedia "wikilink")

[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")
[Category:Encyclopedia](/Category:Encyclopedia "wikilink")

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- 7
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@@ -3,8 +3,7 @@ everything: melt it over chips, stick it in a sandwich, stick in a
toasted sandwich, put it on a burger, add it to an omelette, etc etc
blah blah.

Types of cheese
---------------
## Types of cheese

Most people are familiar with good ol\' cheddar. This comes in various
types like mature and extra mature and so on. It\'s generally the main
@@ -22,12 +21,11 @@ pungent and strong-tasting cheese, generally softer than cheddar.
Other types of cheese are edam, ricotta, parmesan (particularly nice on
pasta dishes), brie and roquefort.

How to make cheese
------------------
## How to make cheese

An extremely easy type of cheese to make is *paneer*, which originates
An extremely easy type of cheese to make is _paneer_, which originates
from the Asian sub-continent. It is an acid-set, non-melting cheese that
is similar to *cottage cheese*.
is similar to _cottage cheese_.

To make paneer, simply bring two litres of milk to a simmer and
gradually add the juice of two lemons (or a tablespoon or so of
@@ -45,4 +43,4 @@ placing it in a bowl and putting a plate or another bowl with added
weight on top is one method, but use your imagination. Basically you
want to squeeze out the remainder of the whey. After a few hours take it
out of the cloth and wrap it in clingfilm. It should keep for a few
weeks. Enjoy!
weeks. Enjoy!

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@@ -1,85 +1,71 @@
The Raccoons
------------
## The Raccoons

*You Can Run With Us* music video:
_You Can Run With Us_ music video:
[<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLVe1NkQA78>