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== General info ==
 
== General info ==
 
Joining the mailing list: [mailto::systems-subscribe@pumpingstationoneorg email ] or [https://lists.pumpingstationone.org/listinfo/systems web]
 
Joining the mailing list: [mailto::systems-subscribe@pumpingstationoneorg email ] or [https://lists.pumpingstationone.org/listinfo/systems web]
  
  
The systems group is a collection of individuals that have administrative access to PS:1 various tech based systems.
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The systems group is a collection of individuals that have administrative access to PS:1 various tech based [[systems]].
  
 
Currently, this includes:
 
Currently, this includes:
  
* The wiki
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* Sysop permissions on the wiki
* The Windows computers
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* Administrative User Rights on the Windows computers
* Most of the Linux Computers
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* Sudo on most of the Linux Computers
* The member's website.
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* Access the admin interface of the member's website.
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* The LDAP/Active Directory System.
  
 
In general, members of the systems group should keep the systems mailing list appraised of work being done or changes to the systems at PS:1.
 
In general, members of the systems group should keep the systems mailing list appraised of work being done or changes to the systems at PS:1.
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== Relevant Systems ==
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* [[Internet Router]]
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* [https://unifi.ad.pumpingstationone.org:8443/login Wifi (Unifi)]
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* [https://10.100.200.51:8006/#v1:0:=qemu%2F117:4::::9:: Proxmox]
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[[Category:Interest Groups]]
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[[Category: Systems Group]]

Latest revision as of 21:22, 17 February 2020

General info

Joining the mailing list: email or web


The systems group is a collection of individuals that have administrative access to PS:1 various tech based systems.

Currently, this includes:

  • Sysop permissions on the wiki
  • Administrative User Rights on the Windows computers
  • Sudo on most of the Linux Computers
  • Access the admin interface of the member's website.
  • The LDAP/Active Directory System.

In general, members of the systems group should keep the systems mailing list appraised of work being done or changes to the systems at PS:1.

Relevant Systems