The intent of this is to guide you to assist you to configure the file transfer client, CyberDuck, so that can upload files to your UConn Engineering personal web site. CyberDuck is available for the following operating systems:
- Mac OS X
- Microsoft Windows
- Don’t have the CyberDuck client? Download it here!
- Additional CyberDuck documentation can be found here.
Before proceeding, you will need the following information:
Server Name: publicengr.uconn.edu
Credentials: Engineering Username and password
Directory you are publishing to: /home/<engineering username>/public_html
For students, your engineering username is the same as your NetID. For faculty and staff, your username was provided to you when your account was created by the Engineering Help Desk. If you do not have an engineering account, your departmental admin or IT staff should send in a request as described here. If you do not remember your username, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Connecting to the School of Engineering Personal Website
|Click “Open Connection
| The dialog box will appear click on the drop down list for the different types of protocols to connect to the server
| From the down down list, please select SFTP(SSH……)
| Once you have selected SFTP now we need to enter the server information:
Click on “More Options”
| Click on “More Options” and for the path enter as follows:
/home/YOUR_USERNAME/public_html where YOUR_USERNAME is your engineering account username (e.g., orlando) and click the “Connect” button
| Upon clicking the “Connect” button you receive a dialog box to confirm the credentials of the server, click “Allow”
|Once you have authenticated properly, you will be able to see your files that online. To upload your files, click on the “Upload” icon just below the menu bar
|The “Open” dialog box will appear and now we can look for the files to begin to upload
|Click on the “Look in” dropdown to locate your files, in the example here, we are choosing “C:\www” where C:\www is the directory on created on my workstation to hold my website files to be uploaded to the server.
|Once you have found the directory and file (e.g., orlando-is-awesome.html), we are now ready to upload the file to our web site by click the “Choose” button
|If you receive the dialog box asking to confirm the server’s credential, simply check “Always” and click “Allow”
|A dialog box will appear detailing your file upload progress, click on the “X” button on the top right to close the pop-up dialog box.|
|Once the file has been uploaded to the server, you will see it in the server view panel.