Redbrick is DCU's Computer Networking Society.
It was originally setup to give students the opportunity to experiment with UNIX systems. Over time redbrick has grown in both computing and social aspects. The social aspects range from meeting up in the bar to events such as Q-Zar and Bowling.
We hold tutorials during the year that will demonstrate how to use the services that Redbrick offer and to teach members topics such as web design and programming.
Redbrick's primary servers are Azazel, Pygmalion, Murphy and Morpheus. These provide the major services that you will be using including programming environments, web services, our IRC chat server.
The following will introduce you to a selection to our services and provide links to a selection of tutorials to get you started.
Services on Redbrick.
Redbrick offers a number of services which are found on the servers we operate for our members. They are available at any time from any internet connected device.
Some of the services Redbrick offers include the following;
- Chat - IRC on the Wiki
- Virtual Machines - VM's on the Wiki
- Programming Enviroments
Note: Some of these services such as the Virtual Machines require different account information. Contact the helpdesk or admins for more details.
Logging in to Redbrick.
You can login to redbrick using a number of different methods.
Click here to open a terminal in your web browser. Enter your username and password when prompted.
Click here to view our guide on setting up PuTTY on your computer.