The services we provide to our users
Reset CS password
Read Emails online
Access CS Wireless
Email Quarantine System
The Systems Group
We keep CS department IT resouces run at optimal state; We provide helpdesk service to all our users; We provide IT support for department teaching, research, and administrative functions.
We are a group of professionals with specialized skills and combined 30+ years of IT experiences.
We are here to help you with IT resources related issues. We will not be able to help you on your class assignments or to fix your personal computers.
We welcome any suggestions that will improve our services.
Most of Microsoft
Wired and wireless; Firewall; IPS
Database, Virtual Machine, Cluster
News and Announcement
Computer Science spent $30k on new SSH Secure Shell Client program, Tectia. All CS users can download it for free. Please visit “SSH How To” page for details.
A new gigabit switch, Catalyst 2960x is installed in the Network Lab to improve the lab network performance.
A new interactive projection system and a wooden lectern with built in microphones were installed in LOV151. The new system gives presenter more options to impress their audiences using various interactive features. Come and check it out.
We got rooms 335 – 340 in Dittmer Building for our TAs and RAs. We also purchased over 50 new PCs and chairs for the offices.
Eight new servers are been deployed for programming use. Each server has two 14-core Xeon E5-2683 CPUs, 256GB RAM, and 10G network connections.
Mysql on dbsrv2 has been updated to MariaDB 5.5 to match the mysql on dbsrv.
A new database server was put in service on May 21. The server runs MariaDB 5.5 on RedHat 7.2 server.
We have replaced rainloop with roundcube. Check http://webmail2.cs.fsu.edu. Roundcube provides better performance and options than rainloop. We will add mobile friendly skin soon.
We are happy to announce a new email server, mail2.cs.fsu.edu. The server has two 10-core Xeon CPUs and 16GB RAM with 2TB disk space. It runs CentOS 7.2 and postfix in maildir format. You can check your emails either through webmail — http://webmail2.cs.fsu.edu, or through shell/quake using pine/alpine.
Quake used to be a server that serves CS grads and undergrads. It was removed from production after hardware failure and lack of fund to replace it. Thanks to the Student Tech Fee, we are now able to bring back the server. To access it, ssh to quake.cs.fsu.edu.