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How to access to the Linux environment through the login servers

We provides login servers so that you can use Linux environment from outside. This enables you to work on the Linux Environment from outside and to transfer files with the Linux environment.

Login Server

We provides Login Servers as follows.

  • logex00.educ.cc.keio.ac.jp
  • logex01.educ.cc.keio.ac.jp
  • logex02.educ.cc.keio.ac.jp

Remote Login

Through the Login Servers, you can work on the Linux environment from outside. SSH client software, such as ssh command or Putty is required for remote login.

The ssh command is available on Linux, Unix OS and Mac OS X in the standard, so you can use remote login services from command line. If you use the Windows, SSH client software (ex. Xming) is required Separately.

The Example of remote login from the Windows and the Mac OS X are as follows.


The Login Servers are prepared for checking mails from outside, doing homeworks, and so on. You must not use Login Servers as calculated Resources. (for example, running heavy load applications remotely for a long time) Please refrain from using Login Servers in such applications to avoid having inconvenience to other users.

In addition, on the Login Servers, some heavy load applications are not available that are installed on the Linux workstations.

An Example of the applications that are not available on the Login Servers is as follows. You can use these applications in the workstation room.

  • Mathematica

※ Please note that we set limitations of using some applications other than those above on Login Servers without notice.

If you want to run heavy load applications for a long time on the purpose of research, please use Calculate Servers.

How to transfer files

In order to transfer files with Linux environment, you need to use scp command, sftp command or client software that corresponds to SCP or SFTP such as WinSCP.

If you want to know how to transfer files using WinSCP, please refer to [Transfer files using WinSCP]

Last-Modified: July 28, 2014

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