- SSRC's Labs are rooms E2-380, E2-381 and E2-383.
- SSRC's printers:
- You can add printers from SOE's printer list
- SSRC's list of servers and clusters
- List of software we use in the lab: software list
- We use git.ssrc.us for our version control service. Read more about using
git in the SSRC.
- To contact people in the lab refer to the SSRC People page.
Getting Started - 1st day
Please see the list of resource and service contacts for the person to contact about getting access to servers.
- DO THIS FIRST: Get an account on the SSRC web server so you can access other pages in the wiki and edit your personal SSRC web page.
- Join our slack channel.
- Set up an account on the
git server (
- (if local to UCSC) Request access to the SSRC Labs by emailing Cynthia McCarley
Getting Started In the Lab
Please see the list of resource and service contacts for the person to contact about getting access to services.
- Request an account for kerberos and SMB with your UCSC (or SOE) account
- Put your profile on the SSRC web site.
- Get an account to allow you to edit the SSRC web site.
- Edit the site to add your profile. Make sure you upload a reasonably-sized photo (no more than about 100K, please)
- Add your contact information to the Contacts page.
- Print out and post your cubical template.
Getting Started as a Graduate Student
- Set up your personal SOE home page. (Instructions)
- Create a resume and post it on your website.
- Talk to Cynthia McCarley about getting business cards.
- Read a latex tutorial and use the .cls and .tex files below.
- Read and understand the Coding Guidelines. These contain suggestions and tips for a number of languages that are commonly used.
- Read PS to Operating Systems if you want to refresh your memory on OS concepts. This is a list of recommended papers for graduate school.