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== Mac OS X ==
== Mac OS X ==
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If you are using Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion) you need to install [http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/26593/xquartz XQuartz] so that XWindows will work. Prior versions (10.5+) have XWindows installed by default.
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If you are using Mac OS 10.6.3 through 10.8, you need to install [http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/26593/xquartz XQuartz] so that XWindows will work. (Prior versions (10.5+) have XWindows installed by default in the OS X Developer Tools, but if it is missing for you then first try downloading X11 from the same link.)
Go to ''System Preferences'', select ''Network'', and choose the ''Ethernet'' module. Write down your current settings in case you think that you might need them in the future. (For example, if you use Ethernet to connect to the Internet in your dormitory, you probably want to save these settings for when you go home.) Now change your Ethernet settings to the following:
Go to ''System Preferences'', select ''Network'', and choose the ''Ethernet'' module. Write down your current settings in case you think that you might need them in the future. (For example, if you use Ethernet to connect to the Internet in your dormitory, you probably want to save these settings for when you go home.) Now change your Ethernet settings to the following:
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The remaining items such as ''Router, DNS Server,'' and ''Search Domains'' can be left blank for now, and click the ''Apply'' button in the bottom right to apply the settings.
The remaining items such as ''Router, DNS Server,'' and ''Search Domains'' can be left blank for now, and click the ''Apply'' button in the bottom right to apply the settings.
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If your laptop is currently connected to the Internet using some method other than Ethernet: It can be convenient to enable the Beagleboard to get onto the Internet. '''Internet Sharing will not work on Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) or Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)''', so skip this step on those systems. Go back to ''System Preferences'' and choose ''Sharing''. Edit the settings so that your Internet connection is shared with the Ethernet port. In order to do this, you may have to disable ''Internet Sharing'' temporarily. Finally, click the ''Internet Sharing'' checkbox to enable this option.
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<!-- If your laptop is currently connected to the Internet using some method other than Ethernet: It can be convenient to enable your kit to get onto the Internet. '''Internet Sharing will not work on Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) or Mac OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)''', so skip this step on those systems. Go back to ''System Preferences'' and choose ''Sharing''. Edit the settings so that your Internet connection is shared with the Ethernet port. In order to do this, you may have to disable ''Internet Sharing'' temporarily. Finally, click the ''Internet Sharing'' checkbox to enable this option. -->
You will use the Terminal program to login to Satellite CCRMA over the Ethernet connection.  
You will use the Terminal program to login to Satellite CCRMA over the Ethernet connection.  
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You will also need a program called X11. Check if this program is already installed. In most recent version of OS X, X11 is installed by default in either the ''Applications'' folder or the ''Utilities'' folder, but in older versions it was necessary to install it from the Developer Tools CD. No matter what, if you cannot find the X11 program on your Mac, download it from [http://xquartz.macosforge.org/trac/wiki/X112.5.3 here].
 
Now open up a window in Terminal. Your Satellite CCRMA kit should choose the IP address 192.168.105.106. To check that it is visible type the command ''ping 192.168.105.106'', and see how fast the network response is. Once you are satisfied, hit Control-C to quit ''ping''. Then, to finally login to Satellite CCRMA, type  
Now open up a window in Terminal. Your Satellite CCRMA kit should choose the IP address 192.168.105.106. To check that it is visible type the command ''ping 192.168.105.106'', and see how fast the network response is. Once you are satisfied, hit Control-C to quit ''ping''. Then, to finally login to Satellite CCRMA, type  
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== Windows 7 ==
== Windows 7 ==
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* First, connect Satellite CCRMA to your laptop via the Ethernet connector. If you don't have one, ask us for a USB to Ethernet adaptor.
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Windows 7 users should follow [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/wiki/Satellite_CCRMA_Windows this link]
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* Ideally, your laptop should be connected to the Internet through a different connection other than Ethernet. Since it will be good to have your Satellite CCRMA to have access to the Internet, the idea is to share your current Internet connection, which will probably be a wireless network connection. To do so, go again to ''Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections'', right-click on ''Wireless Network Connection'' and click ''Properties''. Switch to the ''Sharing'' tab, and check the box saying ''Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection''. Then, in ''Home networking connection'' select ''Local Area Connection'.' (Note: Depending on your version of Windows, you may have to do something slightly different. Don't worry if you don't figure it out -- we can help out in lab. Also, if you are using Windows 7 Starter Edition, it will not be possible to share your Internet connection.)
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* Then you will need to get X Windows to login to Satellite CCRMA through the Ethernet connection.:
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** If you are not already using Cygwin, we recommend downloading and installing [http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html Putty] and [http://transact.dl.sourceforge.net/project/xming/Xming/6.9.0.31/Xming-6-9-0-31-setup.exe XMING] (to do the X11 forwarding). This is significantly faster to install than Cygwin. More instructions on how to use X11 with Putty are [http://techiecook.wordpress.com/2011/06/16/how-to-export-xwindows-display-using-putty/ here].
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** If you prefer to use Cygwin ''instead'', which takes much longer to install, then follow these instructions instead: X Windows is included in the current Cygwin/X distribution. (Cygwin/X installer can be downloaded from [http://www.cygwin.com/].) Choose only the required packages from Cygwin are '''openssh''' and '''xinit'''.
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* Go to ''Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections'' (or ''Control Panel\Network and Sharing Center''), right-click on ''Local Area Network'' (or ''Local Area Connection'') and go to ''Properties''. Select ''Internet Protocol Version 4'', and click on ''Properties''. There, manually configure:<br>IP Address: 192.168.105.105<Br>Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0<Br>Leave the remaining items as they are.
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* Now open the ''XWin Server'' application. Run the command<Br>''export DISPLAY=:0.0''<br>Your Satellite CCRMA kit should choose the IP address 192.168.105.106. To login to Satellite CCRMA, type<Br>"ssh -XY ccrma@192.168.105.106"<Br>The password should be ''temppwd''.
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== Linux ==
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In the notification area on your desktop panel, click the NetworkManager Applet icon.  Select the connection you just created.  You now should be able to ssh into the board by typing ''ssh -XY ccrma@192.168.105.106'' in a terminal. The password is ''temppwd''
In the notification area on your desktop panel, click the NetworkManager Applet icon.  Select the connection you just created.  You now should be able to ssh into the board by typing ''ssh -XY ccrma@192.168.105.106'' in a terminal. The password is ''temppwd''
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For internet connection sharing, this link might help (I haven't tried it yet):  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Internet/ConnectionSharing
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Current revision as of 12:08, 12 August 2013

Contents

How To Connect

On this page, we explain how to connect to Satellite CCRMA over the Ethernet cable.

Mac OS X

If you are using Mac OS 10.6.3 through 10.8, you need to install XQuartz so that XWindows will work. (Prior versions (10.5+) have XWindows installed by default in the OS X Developer Tools, but if it is missing for you then first try downloading X11 from the same link.)

Go to System Preferences, select Network, and choose the Ethernet module. Write down your current settings in case you think that you might need them in the future. (For example, if you use Ethernet to connect to the Internet in your dormitory, you probably want to save these settings for when you go home.) Now change your Ethernet settings to the following:

Configure: Manually

IP Address: 192.168.105.105

Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

The remaining items such as Router, DNS Server, and Search Domains can be left blank for now, and click the Apply button in the bottom right to apply the settings.


You will use the Terminal program to login to Satellite CCRMA over the Ethernet connection.

Now open up a window in Terminal. Your Satellite CCRMA kit should choose the IP address 192.168.105.106. To check that it is visible type the command ping 192.168.105.106, and see how fast the network response is. Once you are satisfied, hit Control-C to quit ping. Then, to finally login to Satellite CCRMA, type

ssh -XY ccrma@192.168.105.106

The password should be temppwd.

Windows 7

Windows 7 users should follow this link

Linux

Instructions for Ubuntu 10.04 Netbook Remix:

Run ifconfig in a terminal and look for your wired ethernet device. It will probably be called "eth0". Copy down the value next to HWaddr.

Go to "System" -> "Network Connections".

Under the "Wired" tab of the dialog that opens click "Add".

Set the "Connection name" to something logical, like CCRMA Satellite. Paste the value you copied from HWAddress in the "MAC address" box.

Click the "IPv4 Settings" tab. Change "Method" to "Manual". Next to "Addresses" click "Add". In the "Address" column type "192.168.105.105". In the "Netmask" column type "255.255.255.0". Click "Apply".

In the notification area on your desktop panel, click the NetworkManager Applet icon. Select the connection you just created. You now should be able to ssh into the board by typing ssh -XY ccrma@192.168.105.106 in a terminal. The password is temppwd


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