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Taking your DIY Dice Machine home This is a report on one person's efforts to get a DIY Dice machine running when not directly connected to the Informatics net There ...
Computing Support for DIY DICE Machines Please notice that Computing Support will not log in your machine using their DICE accounts. We kindly request you to create ...
DIY DICE Install The following instructions are for setting up a user managed machine that's as close as possible to a standard DICE configuration, but run by you ...
DIY DICE roaming A normal DIY DICE machine (including one running as a VMware guest) will only function when connected to the DICE network; this is because it relies ...
DIY DICE VMware guest install The following instructions are for setting up a DIYDICE virtual machine ("the guest") on a real machine running VMware ("the host"). ...
Introduction A DIYDICE machine is a Linux PC or server which is managed by an end user using the same tool as used to managed normal DICE machines. This tool is called ...
Just a log of one user's experience trying to follow the instructions I found it helpful to ssh to diydice and grep through various existing profiles That's what made ...
Infrastructure Support for a DIY DICE Machine IMPORTANT NOTICE! SECURITY RISK! NEVER LOG INTO A DIY DICE MACHINE WITH YOUR DICE PASSWORD! If you ever need to log ...
DIY DICE WIKI Welcome to the home of DIY DICE . Introduction A DIY DICE machine is a Linux PC or server managed by an end user but integrated into the DICE environment ...
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Topic revision: r2 - 24 Nov 2001 - 11:41:09 - PeterThoeny
 
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