Add Network location

Windows, Mac OSX and Linux

For Windows

Go to Computer and click Map network drive at the top of the window.

For your Home folder H:

Choose H: drive. Depending on the first letter in username type below in folder,

  • A-G use \\ughome01.ug.kth.se\x\y\username
  • H-O use \\ughome02.ug.kth.se\x\y\username
  • P-Z  use \\ughome03.ug.kth.se\x\y\username

Example: Mattias Jonsson 

  • H-O use \\ughome02.ug.kth.se\m\a\majo10

For the Common folder G: and P:

Go to Computer and click Map network drive at the top of the window.

Choose G: drive.

Type in Folder

  • \\ugcommon01.ug.kth.se\Gemensam\name of folder
  • \\ugcommon01.ug.kth.se\Projekt\name of folder

When prompted for username and password use your KTH.se credentials, and make sure to use UG as the domain. If domain is your local computer or other, your username should look like this example:

username- ug\majo10 

For Mac OSX

Go to Finder and in the menubar on top of window click Go and in the list choose Connect to server.

For your Home folder H:

  • A-G use smb://ughome01.ug.kth.se/x/y/username
  • H-O use smb://ughome02.ug.kth.se/x/y/username
  • P-Z  use smb://ughome03.ug.kth.se/x/y/username

Example: Mattias Jonsson

  • H-O use smb://ughome02.ug.kth.se\m\a\majo10

For the Common folder G: and P:

Go to Finder and in the menubar on top of window click Go and in the list choose Connect to server.

Type in Folder

  • smb://ugcommon01.ug.kth.se/Gemensam/name of folder
  • smb://ugcommon01.ug.kth.se/Projekt/name of folder

When prompted for username and password use your KTH.se credentials, and make sure to use UG as the domain. If domain is your local computer or other, your username should look like this example:

username- ug\majo10

For Linux

1. Create a folder to which the remote location will be mounted.

Example:
sudo mkdir /mnt/kth_homefolder
or
sudo mkdir /mnt/kth_common

2. Mount the remote location to the folder(s) that youve just created.

Example:
sudo mount -t cifs -o username="username" //ughome01.ug.kth.se/"u"/"s"/"username" /mnt/kth_homefolder

sudo mount -t cifs -o username="username"  //ugcommon01.ug.kth.se/gemensam/”path” /mnt/kth_common


If you want to add this to the fstab it should look something like this:
//ughome01.ug.kth.se/"u"/"s"/"username" /mnt/kth_homefolder cifs rw,user="username",uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0

//ugcommon01.ug.kth.se/gemensam/”path” /mnt/kth_common cifs rw,user=”username”,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0

Special notes:
 "" should NOT be used when running the commands or in fstab.
uid and gid might be different on your systems. They should correspond to your user.

Till sidans topp