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1 CRSP, COMPUSTAT, CCM

1.1 access to your remote text terminal

1.1.1 require credentials

email the VDC sysadmin to provide credentials and get your remote text terminal prepared.

  • host: crsp.vdc.univie.ac.at
  • user: your username
  • password: your password

1.1.2 VPN

If working from home or elsewhere but from the institute's PC lab (room #6.644) you have to establish a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to Uni first (see ZID/VPN).

1.1.3 SSH

If working from Windows, you might need to install an SSH-client (like PUTTY) to use Secure Shell (SSH) to connect to your terminal. Accept the server key.

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Also see ZID's explanation

1.1.4 usage of a terminal

Now you work remotely and use the remote host's command line (which is the bash shell, don't type the beginning "$", which is the prompt):

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the midnight-commander (mc) provides a built-in editor mcedit (exit it with Alt+0)

$ mc 
$ mcedit ts_samp7.rqt 

e.g. use ts_print to process a requirementfile ts_samp7.rqt and get the output ts_samp7.out:

$ ts_print ts_samp7.rqt

use mc / mcedit to look into ts_samp7.out:

$ mcedit ts_samp7.out 

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use e.g. this command to get the switches for the command crsp_print:

$ crsp_print /d1  /var/crsp/2019-07/crspdata/cmz201807

1.1.5 download the results onto your desktop / laptop

use an SFTP client like CyberDuck to download the results (e.g. ts_samp7.out) onto your desktop for further processing. Provide your SSH credentials:

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1.2 documentation

Please read some manuals to gain experience with the ts_sampleX.rqt files in your home directory

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