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workstations:whynot [2016/05/06 08:24]
Massimiliano Ritossa [Why you have not to remove/tamper/disconnect any part of any workstation]
workstations:whynot [2016/05/06 08:27] (current)
Massimiliano Ritossa [Why you have not to use other workstations without the authorization of the main authorized user]
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-==== Why you have not to move any workstation inside (under the table...) or outside its room ====+==== Why you must not move any workstation inside (under the table...) or outside its room ====
   * **inside its room** ... the frame of a workstation have to remain on a table or on another kind of furniture and ** NEVER near to a BLACKBOARD**,​ because **dust** of the floor and **chalk** **damages the hardware**. For example, the fans will ruin and then make noise.\\   * **inside its room** ... the frame of a workstation have to remain on a table or on another kind of furniture and ** NEVER near to a BLACKBOARD**,​ because **dust** of the floor and **chalk** **damages the hardware**. For example, the fans will ruin and then make noise.\\
 **Please do not put paper or books on the frame,** this could create heat problems .... and the hardware could be damaged (also during winters).\\ **Please do not put paper or books on the frame,** this could create heat problems .... and the hardware could be damaged (also during winters).\\
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-==== Why you have not to use other workstations without the authorization of the main authorized user ====+==== Why you should ​not use other workstations without the authorization of the main authorized user ====
  
 Users are generally provided by one personal workstation in his/her office. ​ Users are generally provided by one personal workstation in his/her office. ​
 If you wish to run (in " remote " mode using ssh not in " local " mode) your computations on a workstation of another user (your room-mate for example) you **have to ask him/​her** ​ for permission before doing. You should not run more than one production job at a time on it and always run your executable at the lowest priority. ​ If you wish to run (in " remote " mode using ssh not in " local " mode) your computations on a workstation of another user (your room-mate for example) you **have to ask him/​her** ​ for permission before doing. You should not run more than one production job at a time on it and always run your executable at the lowest priority. ​