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  OSX Basics
  Connecting to the Staff Server
  Basic Computer Terms
  Anatomy of a Filename
  Gettting Started
   
  A1: The Cube & Sphere
  A2: Layers Are Your Friend
  A3: Birds Cartoon
  A4: Big Fish
  A5: Light Burst
  A6: Expanded Square
  A7: Layer Masks 1
  A8: Working With Text
  A9 Pt.1: Letterforms, Hue Value Shape Space & Texture
  A9: Pt.2: Advanced PS Tips
   
  P1 pt. 1: Scanning Your Line Drawing
  P1 Pt. 2: Preparing Your Line Drawing
  P1 Grading Criteria
   
  P2: Hue and Value
  P3: Postage Stamp Series
   
  Saving Files For the Web
  Creating Your Web Portfolio
  Web Portfolio Final Checklist
Connecting to the Staff Server
Digital Imaging
Teacher: Ken Kimura
email: ken_kimura at lsrhs dot net
telephone: (978)443-9961 XT2221

  1. Make sure you are in the Finder - Either:
    1. Click the Finder icon in your dock
      finder OR
    2. Click on the desktop
  2. From the Go Menu, choose Connect to Server... (Apple K)

    go
  3. Type "staff" for Server Address.

    staff

    • By clicking the + button, you can add this to your favorites, so that the next time you login you can double click on the favorite instead of typing "staff" again.
    • If you're connecting from outside of the building, type "staff.lsrhs.net"
    • If you want to get to a student account, type "GY" followed by their graduation year. eg. GY10
  4. Enter your username and password

  1. A dialog box opens asking you which volume to mount. Double click on "Home." - If home is grayed out, it usually means that you're already logged in and you can find it on your desktop.

    home
  2. "Home" will appear on your desktop and will open. If it was already there from before, double click on it to open it.
    server
  3. You will find folders for all staff. You can jump to a folder quickly by typing the first few letters of the name of the folder.

    teacher

Edited 9-13-07