Useful stuff hosted here
- Michalis Kamburelis notes (originally as wiki) with various information Programowanie Gier lecture notes (in Polish), occlusion culling, Variance Shadow Maps etc.
You can checkout (aka "download") any hosted Subversion repository by a command like
svn checkout svn://michalis.ii.uni.wroc.pl/<repository-name>/
Most of the repositories here are now private. Ask Michalis if you want to get your repository and user/password.
Feel free to contact Michalis Kamburelis if you want shell user, or www space, or SVN repo (public or private), or mysql db, or moinmoin wiki, or just about anything else on this server. Service available to anyone related with ii.uni.wroc.pl or Michalis :)
Server configuration notes
Every shell user automatically also gets:
A place for WWW files: just place your files within ~/public_html/, and they will be visible under http://michalis.ii.uni.wroc.pl/~username/ as well as https://michalis.ii.uni.wroc.pl/~username/ (secure https).
Permissions notes: for privacy, the default permissions prevent everyone, even Apache (user and group www-data), from reading the files in your home directory. To make ~/public_html/ work, you have to explicitly make it world-readable. Usually what you need to do are these 2 simple commands:
chmod o+rX ~ chmod -R o+rX ~/public_html/
Each account is also automatically an email account (email@example.com), as usual on Unix servers. Yes, smtp works, so you can send and receive mails on this address. Although no pop3 is configured, so you just have to login to check your emails. I advice to set
~/.forwardfile to forward mails to your "normal" email account. Go to www.cs.uni.wroc.pl for a real email account associated with our ii.
Other server notes:
Most of the WWW pages here are available under both http and https protocols, with https having a valid certificate. Go to the https version of the main page.
When you log in through SSH, make sure that the "key fingerprint" (shown by SSH when you login for the 1st time) is one of the fingerprints listed below.
ae:2f:79:36:83:9d:61:42:5d:0e:55:b1:70:fe:37:4c d5:57:50:c5:6b:25:5b:7b:b0:a1:ff:a4:c5:59:89:c5 1b:b1:9d:08:0c:42:a6:f3:3c:e2:45:25:d6:3c:21:3f 62:65:be:fb:b5:88:84:a7:6d:37:29:6c:09:0d:ac:65(They correspond to various encryption algorithms, so it depends on your SSH implementation which one will you see.)