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  1. How do I access files from an off-campus Windows computer?

    Instructions on how to access files from an off-campus Windows computer. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportJul 01, 2018
  2. How do I access files on my cabinet from PAWS?

    Instructions for accessing cabinet files using a web browser such as paws.usask.ca Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportNov 26, 2018
  3. How do I add or remove user access to DATASTORE?

    User's access to DATASTORE is managed by the share owners/admins and provides flexibility in what is accessed (whole share, folder, file) and at what level (admin, read-write, read-only) Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportFeb 18, 2020
  4. How do I access DATASTORE on a Windows computer through WebDav?

    Instructions on how to access Datastore on a Windows computer through Webdav. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportAug 07, 2019
  5. What Network Shares or Servers are available for file storage at the University?

    A network drive is a computer drive that is used over a network. They are used extensively on campus for personal file storage, departmental storage and research data. More information on network drives can be found below. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportOct 09, 2019
  6. How do I access my DATASTORE storage on a Mac computer?

    Instructions on how to access DATASTORE storage on a Mac computer. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportJul 30, 2019
  7. Converting forcing files from 'r2c' to 'seq' format

    of using "seq" format files is improved read access and significantly reduced file size. This format of file is in particular beneficial for large basins … Requires MESH version r1381 or higher. Overview Forcing files can be converted to "seq" format, which is a compact binary file format that contains information
    Standalone MESHFeb 14, 2020
  8. How do I access DATASTORE on a Mac computer through WebDav?

    Instructions on how to access Datastore on a Mac through WebDav. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportJun 27, 2018
  9. How can I edit my homepage site (homepage.usask.ca)?

    Instructions for accessing and editing content at homepage.usask.ca. Related articles Related issues
    IT SupportNov 13, 2019
  10. SLURM batch file good practices

    Contents Rationale This guide discusses how to write SLURM batch files efficiently. If you perform research on a supercomputer, preparing batch scripts … principles One batch script, one experiment, one directory When submitting jobs to the scheduler, it is a good practice to put all the files pertaining to a given