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STEP 2 - Setup access to the internet
- Click here to install "Pynetkey", the "Inetkey" equivalent for Ubuntu.
- After installation, search for Pynetkey using the Dash, enter your username and password and click on connect.
- You will see pynetkey in the top panel notification area. A green ladybird means the internet is open while a orange one means it is closed. A red icon means something is wrong. Hover with your mouse over the icon to see the error message, connect/disconnect message or your internet usage for the month.
If you do not want to use Pynetkey, open the internet by going to https://inetkey.sun.ac.za.
STEP 3 - Setup access to the campus software servers
Click here to setup access to the campus software servers for Ubuntu.
** This will save you a lot of money on internet costs **
OPTIONAL - Access to other campus IT resources
- Click here to setup SAFECOM printing.
- Click here to setup a remote VPN connection to the main campus network.
- Click here to setup access to your RGA H: drive network files.
- Click here to setup access to the campus financial system.
For more information and help with Ubuntu, browse through this website.
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