6.004/6.001 lab (25) 3-7976 6.111 (6.270) lab (25) 3-7350 EECS cluster (25) 3-6932 SIPB office (25) 3-7788 w20-575 (25) 3-0103 MITSFS (25) 8-5126 Campus Police (25) 3-1212 ESG (25) 3-7787 dialup (25) 8-7000 fast dialup (25) 8-7096 24-Hour Coffee House (25) 3-7972 Saferide (25) 3-2997 Cheney rm. (25) 3-4880 nightline (25) 3-8800 Cashier's Office (25) 3-3340 Registrar's Office (25) 3-4784 Graphic Arts (11-004) (25) 3-2806 Phones by cluster ID: --------------------- M1-142 3-2019 M2-225 3-0106 M4-035 3-5660 M4-167 3-0105 M11-113 3-2061 M11-116 3-0187 M14S-010 3-6190 M16-034 3-0152 M37-312 3-0180 M37-318 3-0179 M37-332 (none) M66-080 3-4474 E51-007 3-0173 W20-575 3-0103 BARKER5 3-7637 BARKER6 3-6177 According to jtkohl@mit.edu, there is an algorithm for figuring out the codes for phones in the lobbies of MIT buildings: --------------------------------------------------------- the algorithm is (or was, before 5ESS--maybe it still holds?) something like this: x3-1200 + building number = first lobby phone. add 10 for next phone, unless already taken by some other lobby. so x3-1207 is lobby 7, etc. (I'm not sure about the 1200 as the base, but fairly sure about the addition) ----------------------------------------------------------- campus ISDN phone tricks... dial 700-7000 to get athena (this next bit courtesy of zeno@mit.edu) 700x000 is for the outgoing modems, where x is in {1,2,3,4} depending on the class of phone service you have. (1 and 2 or off-campus) Then at the colon prompt, you feed it just the number you're dialing, e.g. 95760872 for an offcampus one. 191 + account# + 1 areacode number (N. America) 192 + account# + 011 etc. (other places) Marcus in lab : 252-1807 FSF lab (x3-8568) The FSF distribution office, at (617) 542-5942 (or check the phone book). Particular competencies: -- ordering manuals, CD-roms, bulletins, T-shirts, etc. -- finding out if GNU XXX is known to run on machine YYY. -- finding someone who will offer support for a fee. The FSF email address: gnu@prep.ai.mit.edu. -- finding out if GNU XXX is known to run on machine YYY. -- finding someone who will offer support for a fee. -- finding out where else to ask a question -- finding out what the various mailing lists are -- finding a given GNU maintainer/programmer The various bug reporting and help mailing lists -- where to report bugs -- where to request general or specific help about specific programs