Category Archive: Pangea

By Ross Madden
October 14, 2013 1:27 pm MT
Posted in Apple, Pangea

For users of newer Macintosh computers running Mac OS X 10.8 and newer (Mountain Lion and Mavericks at the time of posting) you may need to address the following error when attempting to run the Pangea connection App. Basically, you should know that the Pangea App is safe, and you can use it – but […]

By Ross Madden
July 15, 2013 2:21 pm MT
Posted in Pangea, Web Development

One of the hidden tricks with CNSIT Pangea is its ability to allow a user to serve files via their personal space to the world through a web server.  This is handled via the “public_html” folder located in the root of  your personal Pangea space.  Don’t be surprised if you do not see this folder […]

By Ross Madden
May 15, 2013 8:16 am MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Pangea, Windows

We have just released the Pangea connection app version 2.5.0.6 for the CNSIT Pangea instance.  This instance is for the Departments of Biochemistry and Chemistry.  This does not affect the connection app for the Department of Biology Pangea instance.  This only affects the Windows connection app as well, not the Macintosh connection app. This update […]

By Ross Madden
May 15, 2013 8:12 am MT
Posted in Pangea, Windows

We have just released the Pangea connection app version 2.2.0.13 for the Biology Pangea instance.  This instance is for the Department of Biology only.  This does not affect the connection app for the Departments of Biochmeisty or Chemistry (CNSIT) Pangea instance.  This only affects the Windows connection app as well, not the Macintosh connection app. […]

By Ross Madden
May 10, 2013 9:28 am MT
Posted in Pangea, Windows

We have just released the Pangea connection app version 2.2.0.12 for the Biology Pangea instance.  This instance is for the Department of Biology only.  This does not affect the connection app for the Departments of Biochmeisty or Chemistry (CNSIT) Pangea instance.  This only affects the Windows connection app as well, not the Macintosh connection app. […]

By Ross Madden
March 20, 2013 1:06 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Pangea, Windows

We have just released the Pangea connection app version 2.5.0.5 for the CNSIT Pangea instance.  This instance is for the Departments of Biochemistry and Chemistry.  This does not affect the connection app for the Department of Biology Pangea instance.  This only affects the Windows connection app as well, not the Macintosh connection app. This update […]

By Ross Madden
March 17, 2013 1:31 pm MT
Posted in Pangea, Windows

We have just released the Pangea connection app version 2.5.0.4 for the CNSIT Pangea instance.  This instance is for the Departments of Biochemistry and Chemistry.  This does not affect the connection app for the Department of Biology Pangea instance.  This only affects the Windows connection app as well, not the Macintosh connection app. This update […]

By Ross Madden
December 17, 2012 5:21 pm MT
Posted in General CNSIT, Pangea

A New Pangea? That’s right!  CNSIT South has purchased a new server to act as the Pangea head machine.  This new server boasts additional memory, CPU capacity, redundant power supplies, and bonded network adapters.  With any new hardware upgrade, we are also looking at how we can improve the service and simplifying administrative functions. Below […]

By Ross Madden
October 31, 2012 9:37 am MT
Posted in Pangea, Windows

We have just released a new version of the CNSIT Pangea connection App for Windows.  This applies to the Hadron instance of Pangea which means only Biochemistry and Chemistry are affected.  When you next launch the Windows Pangea Connection App, you will see a notice letting you know an update is available.  Please be sure […]

By Ross Madden
May 8, 2012 2:13 pm MT
Posted in Apple, General CNSIT, Knowledge Base, Pangea

We have just uploaded some much needed updates to the Pangea connection application for Mac!  Technically, this is just a simple Applescript which instructs the Finder application to do a Connect To Server operation.  The issue we were seeing with the older versions is that users who had passwords that contained certain special characters were […]

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