PSTC faculty, staff, and students can get help with Windows-based computer issues. For urgent requests, contact Timothy Poli or Paul Koussa directly. For non-urgent requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Messages will automatically be forwarded to both Timothy and Paul and answered in a timely fashion.
For questions regarding the PSTC Linux/UNIX servers, contact Paul Koussa. Linux/UNIX can be a difficult environment in which to operate, especially for beginners. The many features that make UNIX powerful also add to the complexity of it. The best way to learn how to use UNIX is through experience, but to help make the learning process easier, here are two helpful resources:
UNIXHelp for Users
This documentation was developed at the University of Edinburgh to help UNIX users. It is very comprehensive and has a good information for both beginners and experienced users alike. For reference, review UNIXHelp for Users.
The PSTC network and desktop computers are maintained and supported by the PSTC computing staff:
Director of Computing
111 Mencoff Hall
Hours: M–F, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
109 Mencoff Hall
Hours: M–F, 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
UNIX Support (part-time)