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Access to the FSI from Linux

Instructions to integrate the fsi under Linux. Tested with Ubuntu 18.04

Requirement

  1. WLAN or fixed network connection
  2. VPN connection
     unibn-vpn.uni-bonn.de or unibn-wlan.uni-bonn.de

Setup (tested under Ubuntu 18.04)

One-time action

  1. Update your computer to the latest version
  2. Open terminal window,
    for example with the key combination <STRG>>Alt><T>
  3.     Install the following packages

sudo apt-get install cifs-utils

sudo apt-get install krb5-user

  • The following entries are queried and must be entered:

krb5-user_Daten1

 

  • Kerberos server for the realm: kdc.uni-bonn.de

krb5-user_Daten2

  • Administration server for Kerberos realm: kdc.uni-bonn.de

krb5-user_Daten3

Note:
In case of typos, the file /etc/krb5.conf can be modified with an editor

Using your own fsi

  1. Starting the file manager (for Ubuntu: Nautilus)
  2. Click here on + Andere Ortemit-Seerver-Verbinden
  3. On the right side at "Connect to Server" the path
    Enter smb://[Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.]
    Note that Uni-ID must be replaced by your own Uni_ID.
  4. In the next dialog box, enter the domain: UNI-BONN.DE (case sensitive!) and enter the password for your own Uni-IDKennwort
  5. By clicking on the Connect button, the fsi is included in the file manager.

Note

If you would like to access the same fsi memory with several people, the rights must be set via a Windows computer.

 

 

 

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