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UNIX Lab (B103)

LINUX system lab (ULab) located at the basement floor, wing A, room Β103 of building FST-01. This lab is equipped with LINUX workstations which are used for teaching and research purposes. The workstations are running latest release of Rocky and a large number of UNIX/LINUX applications some of which can be used as an alternative to Windows operating system.

More information about Rocky operating system can be found on the website of Rocky Linux.

Domain name of lab is: The available hostnames are: b103ws1, b103ws2, … b103ws33. (lab name:b103)-(workstation)-(number 1 to 33)

To access remotely any workstation, then you must use VPN and then use the fully qualified host name which is: i.e

Note that all workstations operate the same way and they have the same software installed on them. The use of usernames and passwords is personal. You CAN NOT “lend” your passwords to anybody else for any reason. Passwords “lending” is a disciplinary offense and it will be punished.

For more information about the linux laboratory  and how to access it through ssh or  with remote desktop or scp , read the linux user guide here.


Installation of applications can be done only by IT support team. No one else is allowed to install any application on the PCs of laboratory.

The table below displays the applications installed on the workstations:

Full Gnome desktop environment and apps



XRDP Remote Desktop

xmtc 0.82​

Xilinx 14.7

Eclipse neon

Pin 3.2