Important warning: Due to the remote access needs that the old system couldn't guarantee we have enabled a new system for the new unit. This service still has no backup, so we ask you to use it to transfer data remotely, but you still have to use the old directories for the laboratories.
FIB users can access the content of their directory /Noudades (Linux), and of unit N: (Windows) from outside the University through the remote access to files the FIB offers.
To access your personal account use the following link:
When you get in, you will see a screen like the following and so that you can access/upload remote files, accessible from the laboratories, you have to go to the FIB folder.
NOTE: The disk quote that appears down-left is not the remote disks quote. It's a local one to use the software. PLease, do not upload files outside the FIB folder, you can have problems with the app.
Access to the file repository enables users to access the contents of their user account at /dades (Linux), and from the drive F: (Windows) from outside the University.
Files of / assig (Linux) or drive G: (Windows) of those subjects that teachers have requested will be also available
To access to your personal account (that would be the /dades or drive F: /) directory and subjects, you can do through the following link:
You will find that there are several links that you can access via web (only allows upload/download files one by one) or via a secured DAV protocol (allows you to move more than one file at once). Last oneshould be set as follows:
Students and lecturers can map their personal space in the PC environment using the Konqueror or Nautilus browsers from a Linux environment. Please follow the detailed instructions below.
From Konqueror, the URLs to use are:
From Nautilus the URLs to use are the same as the ones for Konqueror but with davs instead of webdavs, for example:
In all cases the system will request your username and password.
Go to “Sites Administrator” and add a new connection “WebDAV”.
Using the UPC username and password.
Can I access my files from a Mac?
How does Windows know if I require access via web or via webDAV if the URL is the same?
I am a member of the teaching staff. Do I need to use my Racó user account to access my files?