PATH=$PATH:/new/path/you/want/to/add e.g. export PATH=$PATH:~/PladaoOffice1.0$PATH is refered to the old PATH value, the '~' -- tild character is recognized by bash shell as your home directory.
After edit the file for the next logging ini or start of a new shell, your PATH will effectively has new PATH you want to add. However, for this shell session, you can use
$ . .bashrcto make the new modified PATH effective.
$ /usr/local/PladaoOffice1.0/program/setupFrom X terminal, and answer the questions, the program asked step by step. When finished, if you choose to install it directly in your home directory. You can call the program by:
$ ~/PladaoOffice1.0/sofficeor by change PATH variable like above and then use only "soffice".
It is recommended to use secure connection when you are working in student lab. Since the sysadmin couldn't guaranteed that there won't be any student running sniffer program to monitor your login and to grab your password.
For a telnet like session, please use putty
or other program of this kind with secure shell connection (port 22).
You can download putty from
For file transfer, you can use pscp, which is in the same package with putty, which you can download from ftp://ftp.coe.psu.ac.th/pub/secure-shell/putty/0.51/pscp.exe.
pscp need to be run from command line, so it is recommended to put it
somewhere in your machine PATH. I choose to put it in C:\WINDOWS, since
this seems to be guaranteed that if you start a DOS session, you will
have this in your PATH.
File transfer could be done by using command like this:
C:\Windows> pscp firstname.lastname@example.org:workplace/test.txt .Replace "cj" with your loginname, "calvin.coe.psu.ac.th" with the machine name, which could be "ratree.psu.ac.th", or "fivedots.coe.psu.ac.th" or any machine that has secure shell server running on it. Colon, ':', separated the machine name with the path to file with respect to your home directory to that machine.
C:\Windows> pscp \temp\file.c email@example.com:which will put your 'file.c' in your home directory on calvin.
C:\My Documents\homepage> pscp -r . firstname.lastname@example.org:public_htmlcopy homepage directory on your windows machine to public_html directory (your home page) on calvin.