UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.
The UMass Lowell Computer Science Department allows connectivity to its servers via secure mechanisms only.
Telnet, FTP and non-secure pop/imap (e-mail) connection requests to the CS servers will be refused.
All CS servers allow connectivity via the secure shell protocol for command-line access. To open up a 'terminal' session to a CS server, use a 'secure shell' (ssh) client instead of 'telnet'.
To transfer files to and from the CS servers, use the 'scp' or 'sftp' utility.
Please note that the software needed to make these connections is already installed and configured for use in the Olsen Computer Science labs.
The primary LINUX server is called 'cs.uml.edu'. You will be notified if additional systems will be used for particular class assignments.
See below for further information on how to do this based on your operating system platform :
Connecting to the CS servers from the windows operating system platform.
Connecting to the CS servers from the unix/linux operating system platform.
Connecting to the CS servers from the macintosh operating system platform.
Click HERE for information on accessing your CS e-mail account from any operating system platform.