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[[TableOfContents]] ||<25%>'''~+[:/MigrationGuide:Migration Guide]+~''' ||<1%> ||<74%> Steps for migrating from the old HCoop server to the new setup. New members may skip this. ||
||<25%>'''~+[:/GettingStarted:Getting Started]+~''' ||<1%> ||<74%> Things that new and current members must know about HCoop's setup. It is considered '''required reading''' before contacting HCoop administrators or filing support requests. ||
|| ~+[:/UsingDomtool:Using Domtool]+~ || || The bare minimum that you need to know concerning our use of DomTool. ||
|| ~+[:/ServingWebsites:Serving Websites]+~ || || How to serve your website(s). ||
|| ~+[:/Databases:Databases]+~ || || Using PostgreSQL and MySQL databases. ||
|| ~+[:/TransferringFiles:Transferring Files]+~ || || How to transfer files to and from your home directory, which is kept in AFS. ||
|| ~+[:/Email:Email]+~ || || How to receive and manage your email. ||
|| ~+[:/RunningUnattendedCommands:Running Unattended Commands]+~ || || In general, how to run unattended commands (such as custom daemons or commands called from cron scripts) from your AFS home directory. ||
|| ~+[:/UsingCron:Using cron]+~ || || How to use cron to run command periodically. ||
|| ~+[:/VersionControl:Version Control]+~ || || How to use version control software to host code on HCoop servers. ||
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'''All sections should be in their own subpage. Example: ["MemberManual/GettingStarted"].''' === Pages that should be in the manual ===
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= Getting started = If you know that some pages should be in the manual, but don't know where to place them, please list them here, and MichaelOlson will classify them later on.
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 * How to indicate that you would like to join HCoop.
 * We use AFS. '''Required reading.'''
   * It's a bit different than standard UNIX file permissions. Allows for granular control of access, and ability to access your files from any machine that has an AFS/Kerberos client.
 * We use DomTool. '''Required reading.'''
   * It is a fairly unique approach to sharing access to a machine. It facilitates email and web serving, provided that you have a domain.
 * PasswordlessLogin

This is the HCoop Member Manual. It will tell you all you need to know about using HCoop services and participating in the co-op.

This a work in progress, so don't expect complete content yet.

[:/MigrationGuide:Migration Guide]

Steps for migrating from the old HCoop server to the new setup. New members may skip this.

[:/GettingStarted:Getting Started]

Things that new and current members must know about HCoop's setup. It is considered required reading before contacting HCoop administrators or filing support requests.

[:/UsingDomtool:Using Domtool]

The bare minimum that you need to know concerning our use of DomTool.

[:/ServingWebsites:Serving Websites]

How to serve your website(s).

[:/Databases:Databases]

Using PostgreSQL and MySQL databases.

[:/TransferringFiles:Transferring Files]

How to transfer files to and from your home directory, which is kept in AFS.

[:/Email:Email]

How to receive and manage your email.

[:/RunningUnattendedCommands:Running Unattended Commands]

In general, how to run unattended commands (such as custom daemons or commands called from cron scripts) from your AFS home directory.

[:/UsingCron:Using cron]

How to use cron to run command periodically.

[:/VersionControl:Version Control]

How to use version control software to host code on HCoop servers.

Pages that should be in the manual

If you know that some pages should be in the manual, but don't know where to place them, please list them here, and MichaelOlson will classify them later on.

MemberManual (last edited 2014-04-21 22:24:09 by ClintonEbadi)