Unix Network Space

By mapping drives (Windows) or mounting volumes (Mac), you can access Amherst network storage shares and manipulate files as if they were stored on your own computer. For many purposes, mapped network drives or mounted volumes provide a simpler way to manage files than using SFTP or SSH and Unix commands.

File Transfers in Windows

Transfering Files to the College Unix Computers

There are a number of ways to transfer files to the College Unix computers.

Mounting or mapping a network disk share allows you to transfer files simply by copying them. Learn more about that approach here.