In order to print on Valkyr from Unix computers, you may need to
explicitly specify valkyr as your printer. Type
setenv PRINTER valkyr to do this, or better yet
add that line to your
.cshrc file so that the
setting is more permanent. Alternatively, you can specify a printer name directly within
your print command. To print double-sided, specify valkyr-d as
your printer instead of valkyr (the "d" stands for "duplex").
Here is a note from John Fry about printing
double-sided from the Macs in MJH.
Another printer, jb, is available for use in the Phonetics Lab. Other printers can be found all across campus at various computer clusters.
Printing is relatively expensive compared to computing, so you are asked to refrain from making excessive use of the printers. In particular you should never print more than one copy of the same document - photocopy it instead. Also try to avoid printing pitchtracks as they use a lot of toner.
Users of CSLI computers are expected to abide by the rules and regulations specified in the CSLI computer policy. Failure to do so could result in the temporary or even permanent loss of your account.
AppleTalk connections can be provided at no charge to those who wish to use a Powerbook or other personal Mac in their office. In addition to the network connection, the department will also provide the LocalTalk box at no charge. The department can also provide an ethernet connection at no charge, however the user must supply their own transceiver.
If you do research in phonetics, you can also get an account on the Unix workstations in the phonetics lab (in the basement of the psychology building). These have the XWaves software installed (there is also audio recording and digitizing equipment). See Edward Flemming or the phonetics lab RA (currently Mike McDaid) about getting an account.
Undergraduates are encouraged to give their leland account names to the staff (trudy@csli) for inclusion in the department e-mail distribution lists.