SBGrid provides comprehensive system administration support for all Linux systems for the Harrison and Chen labs at CLS.
All computers are located on an integrated network segment that integrates structural biology computers at HMS, BCH, and DFCI. To reach this network for access to local resources from an external location, please ssh to crystal.harvard.edu.
New members should contact email@example.com to complete their initial setup.
Linux computers are located in the graphics room on the third floor of CLSB. All Linux machines at CLSB are configured for Stereo 3D output. The labs also have access to two GPU workstations located at the Harrison Graphics room.
Lab members have a Crystal Google Account with access to email and other Google services, including Google Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, and more. If you do not have an account, email firstname.lastname@example.org and cc your PI or Lab Admin in the request.
Access mail from the following address (you will be redirected to Gmail):
Access Google Calendar from this address:
If you encounter problems, go to:
Login using your Crystal Google account: email@example.com.
If you do not have an account, email firstname.lastname@example.org and CC your PI in the request.
There is an email associated with your CMCD network account at <username>@crystal.harvard.edu. You may access the webmail at:
You can set a vacation responder in the webmail client by clicking Personal Settings and then clicking the Vacation tab.
Crystal email is currently hosted through gmail.
Gmail cheat sheet:
To configure your address in a client such as Apple's Mail Application or Thunderbird, use the following options:
Incoming Mail Server:
Outgoing Mail Server:
See faq-using-crystal-google-apps for more detailed information on how to use Email, Calendaring.
Full and incremental backups are made of SBGrid file servers, including your home and data directories. These backups are usually kept for three months. If you need a file restored, please contact us at email@example.com.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to have your workstation configured for printing.
The following printers are available:
|tsp1||CLS 03098 Hallway||Xerox Phaser 6700DN|
|sche-colorcube||CLS3 TeaRoom||Xerox ColorQube 8700|
|sche-brother9970||CLS3 graphics||Brother MFC 9970|
The two printers whose names starts with
sche are for use by Harrison Lab members. The other printer is a general purpose printer.
For networking and general IT support, contact the Children’s help desk at (617) 919 4357 or at email@example.com.
Last edited by Mick Timony, 2016-10-25 22:47:15