The Computer Guide 2009/2010 - students
Printed version: Computer guide 2009/20010 for students
Check out www.ntnu.no/itinfo for guides and information related to the computer systems at NTNU.
¨You need a username and a password to access the IT-systems at NTNU. Remember to keep your password strictly confidential. Your password can be changed at:
Secure your PC
A guide on how to secure your PC can be found here:
The IT regulations for NTNU can be found at: www.ntnu.no/adm/it/itreglementet. All use of computer systems and networks at NTNU is subject to the IT regulations.
During the semester there will be given a course in IT security. As this course presents important information regarding IT security, we recommend everybody to attend. Information about the course will be given at the NTNU intranet (see Innsida below). Information about IT security can also be found at: www.ntnu.no/itinfo/users/netiquette .
The campuses at NTNU have almost full wireless coverage. The names of the networks are «eduroam», «ntnu» and «ntnuguest». For more information about how to connect, see:
Most of the city centre (Midtbyen) has network coverage through Wireless Trondheim. Use your NTNU username and password to log on. For more information see: tradlosetrondheim.no/index.php?la=en
Innsida and It’s learning
Innsida is the intranet at NTNU. Relevant information regarding your institute can be found at https://innsida.ntnu.no . The information is unfortunately only available in Norwegian at the moment. It’s learning is an e-learning system that can be accessed through Innsida. Information about Innsida, It’s learning and related problems can be found at:
NTNU offers a Web based e-mail client available to students, see webmail.ntnu.no. More information about e-mail can be found at www.ntnu.no/itinfo/e-mail
Connect to NTNU at home
Internal resources, e.g. home directory and web directory, can be accessed from home through a VPN client. More information about VPN can be found here:
An overview of programs available at NTNU can be found at:
Many programs are available on CDs at the Orakel office at Gløshaugen and Dragvoll. Most programs can also be downloaded through the server Progdist. See: www.ntnu.no/itinfo/software/progdist/prodist_en.html
Students have access to a home directory that can be used for storage of files, and a Web directory that can be used to make a Web site. More information can be found at:
There are a number of computer labs at NTNU. Some of these are available for all students, but others are only for students at specific faculties. A list of available computer labs can be found at: www.ntnu.no/adm/it/orakel/datasaler
Printing at NTNU
On most computer labs, you must swipe your student card in a card reader at the printer to print. To print at Dragvoll you need to register your student card at www.svt.ntnu.no/kortregistrering
More information about printing is available at www.ntnu.no/itinfo/print . This page also contains information about how you can print from your laptop.
Orakeltjenesten is an IT helpdesk available to students and a number of employees. Orakeltjenesten is open every working day. Visit our website for our opening hours: www.ntnu.no/orakel .
Contact us at:
Room 202, Sentralbygg II
Building 8, Level 5 (in the library)