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== Contact Us ==
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'''Email'''<br />
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directors@ents.ca<br />
 
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'''IRC'''<br />
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<nowiki>#ents on irc.freenode.net</nowiki><br />
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To chat with ENTS members now, please launch our [http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=ents&uio=Mj10cnVlJjk9dHJ1ZQ58 QWebIRC Client] Once you've connected, type "/nick" followed by your desired username to change your nickname. Example "/nick nickname"<br />
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If you are a regular visitor to our chat room, consider requesting an account on our [[Contact_Us#IRC_Shell_Server|IRC Shell Server]]
 
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'''Phone'''<br />
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(780) 701-9400<br />
 
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'''Address'''<br />
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<nowiki>11234 109 Ave NW</nowiki><br />
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Edmonton, AB<br />
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T5H 1E2<br />
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== Mailing lists ==
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We are currently operating two mailing lists.<br />
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One is hosted via our google account and is used for announcements to the membership, you can request to be added or removed by emailing the directors address above.<br />
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The second list is members-discuss, a fairly standard mailman list to be used by all members to organize projects, find materials, and to source out skills, support and references.<br>
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'''You can manage your members-discuss membership settings [http://lygo.slepp.ca/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/members-discuss here]'''<br />
 
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==IRC Shell Server==
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What is this and why would I want it?<br />
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Basically, if you always want be connected to the ENTS irc channel, this is one of the best ways to do it. Some reasons one might want to stay connected would be wanting to read the channel log without having to always be connected yourself, to receive message that were left for you while you were away, to maintain a registered nick without having to worry about still being logged in somewhere else. <br />
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There's a few pretty good reasons but basically, many of us just find it easier.
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If you would like to have an account on the ENTS IRC Shell Server, please contact the [[User:NIC|Network Infrastructure Committee]]<br />
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Once you have your account please use the directions below to connect.<br />
 
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===Connecting===
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Using [http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html putty] or the terminal emulator of your choice, connect to members.ents.ca (on port 22) <br />
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When prompted, log on using your credentials<br />
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'''Protip: If you're using putty and you give your connection a title under "Saved Sessions" and then click save, you can simply load your connection instead of having to type the address every time. <br />'''
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===Using It===
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Once you've logged in please follow these steps:<br />
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First<br />
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Launch one of our two terminal multiplexers, either Screen or TMUX.<br />
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'''Protip: You need only to launch your multiplexer if you don't already have a session running, If it's already running skip to the re-connection step'''<br />
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To do this, simply type "screen" or "tmux" after logging in.<br />
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Creat a terminal session to work in.
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To do this in Screen type, "ctrl+a" then "c".<br />
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To do this in TMux type "ctrl+b" then "c"<br />
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Launch one of our two IRC clients, either irssi or weechat-curses.<br />
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To do this, simply type "irssi" or "weechat-curses" respectively<br />
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Fourth<br />
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Reconnecting to your multiplexer session<br />
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To do this in screen type "screen -r -d". To do this in tmux type "tmux attach-session"<br />
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For questions, please either connect using the ([http://webchat.freenode.net/?randomnick=1&channels=ents&uio=Mj10cnVlJjk9dHJ1ZQ58 QWebIRC]) app or mailing NIC@ents.ca
 
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==Stuff I do for ENTS==
 
===[[Directors]]===
 
I joined ENTS in October 2009 and have been an active member ever since. In early 2009 I was appointed to the board of [[User:Directors|directors]]. In August of 2010 I was re-elected to the board and given the title President. The same happened again in 2011 and here we are.
 
 
===[[NIC]]===
 
I'm into cable. I enjoy running it and making it pretty. I ran most of the cable at ENTS with the help of [[User:Awstott|Awstott]] and have a good idea of where most of it all goes. I've also been known to upgrade the space router to non-functioning states, so there's that, I guess...
 
 
===Manage this Wiki===
 
Most of the maintenance to this Wiki is done by myself, though I often ask for help from those who know MediaWiki better. You'll often see me managing spam and updating styles and sections. If you're keen to take this role over from me, please feel free to let me know. I do this only because it must be done, not because I enjoy it.
 
 
==Stuff I do at ENTS==
 
===Annoying Project Management===
 
It's certainly not uncommon for me to be hovering over peoples projects, given that I end up describing ENTS to people on a constant basis I'm always interested in the current projects at ENTS.
 
===Woodworking===
 
Though I've yet to have much time to put in to my woodworking most of the wood tools found in the shop are mine. On the magic day when I have more time to work on my own projects again I'll likely get in to the shop and start working on some bookshelves.
 
===Sewing===
 
The only ENTS member to make use of the sewing machines, I mend and create clothes at ENTS. I've also got weak hopes to build custom slip covers for our more expensive tools over the next year.
 
 
==My Externals==
 
[http://www.facebook.com/jmkulpa Facebook]<br />
 
[https://plus.google.com/103126139280600156022 Google+]<br />
 
[http://ca.linkedin.com/in/mkulpa LinkedIn]<br />
 
[mailto:michaelk@ents.ca Mail me]<br />
 
[mailto:directors@ents.ca Mail Directors]<br />
 
 
  
A random note left by a passerby:<br />
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===Documentation===
Kulps is a general all round awesome sort of guy.
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There are official guides for all apps mentioned here, please refer to them for advanced features<br />
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[http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/0.61/htmldoc putty]<br />
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[http://kitty.9bis.com/ kitty]<br />
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[http://www.gnu.org/software/screen/manual/html_node/index.html screen]<br />
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[http://tmux.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/tmux/trunk/FAQ tmux]<br />
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[http://irssi.org/documentation irssi]<br />
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[http://www.weechat.org/files/doc/stable/weechat_user.en.html weechat-curses]

Revision as of 13:21, 3 February 2013

Contents

Contact Us

Email
directors@ents.ca

IRC
#ents on irc.freenode.net
To chat with ENTS members now, please launch our QWebIRC Client Once you've connected, type "/nick" followed by your desired username to change your nickname. Example "/nick nickname"
If you are a regular visitor to our chat room, consider requesting an account on our IRC Shell Server

Phone
(780) 701-9400

Address
11234 109 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB
T5H 1E2

Mailing lists

We are currently operating two mailing lists.
One is hosted via our google account and is used for announcements to the membership, you can request to be added or removed by emailing the directors address above.
The second list is members-discuss, a fairly standard mailman list to be used by all members to organize projects, find materials, and to source out skills, support and references.
You can manage your members-discuss membership settings here

IRC Shell Server

What is this and why would I want it?
Basically, if you always want be connected to the ENTS irc channel, this is one of the best ways to do it. Some reasons one might want to stay connected would be wanting to read the channel log without having to always be connected yourself, to receive message that were left for you while you were away, to maintain a registered nick without having to worry about still being logged in somewhere else.
There's a few pretty good reasons but basically, many of us just find it easier.

If you would like to have an account on the ENTS IRC Shell Server, please contact the Network Infrastructure Committee
Once you have your account please use the directions below to connect.


Connecting

Using putty or the terminal emulator of your choice, connect to members.ents.ca (on port 22)

When prompted, log on using your credentials
Protip: If you're using putty and you give your connection a title under "Saved Sessions" and then click save, you can simply load your connection instead of having to type the address every time.


Using It

Once you've logged in please follow these steps:

First
Launch one of our two terminal multiplexers, either Screen or TMUX.
Protip: You need only to launch your multiplexer if you don't already have a session running, If it's already running skip to the re-connection step
To do this, simply type "screen" or "tmux" after logging in.

Second
Creat a terminal session to work in. To do this in Screen type, "ctrl+a" then "c".
To do this in TMux type "ctrl+b" then "c"

Third
Launch one of our two IRC clients, either irssi or weechat-curses.
To do this, simply type "irssi" or "weechat-curses" respectively

Fourth
Reconnecting to your multiplexer session
To do this in screen type "screen -r -d". To do this in tmux type "tmux attach-session"


For questions, please either connect using the (QWebIRC) app or mailing NIC@ents.ca

Documentation

There are official guides for all apps mentioned here, please refer to them for advanced features
putty
kitty
screen
tmux
irssi
weechat-curses

Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
Navigation
Members
Toolbox