Use this page to post your questions about how to use Rhea

  • I would like to access the history/log of all the files that I uploaded onto Rhea. Can someone help with that?
  • Can I move from my talk page to ECE438 main page directly? Please tell me if anybody knows.--Park1 20:16, 15 January 2009 (UTC)
    • I think the easiest way is to put a link on your talk page to the ECE438 page. I just put one on your user page (here), so you can see how to do it. --Alibaba 19:07, 26 January 2009 (UTC)

  • This is my first time using Rhea and I was wondering what are the best (or most helpful) features?
    • There is a list of the main features here. If you want a more thorough explanation of the basic features, I recommend the user manual written by Nate Orlo. It's a bit out of date (for example, the dropbox is not mentioned) but the basic features are very clearly explained. -pm
  • I can't access Rhea from anywhere except Purdue ITAP labs. I get "connection error" messages from anywhere else, including ecn computers and my home computer. I've tried changing my browser security settings and made attempts with several different browsers (IE, firefox, Opera) all with no result. Does anyone else have this problem, and can the Rhea staff advise on how to correct this situation?
We will try to fix this, but we need your help. Can you give us the exact error message you get? What ecn computer lab are you using?
  • I am having the same connection issue as posted above, but only when I try to access the Rhea pages from any of my home computers/browsers (PC, Mac/Safari, IE, Google Chrome). I can access Rhea from a work PC as well as from the web browser on my phone. This leads me to believe that it is an issue with my wireless LAN setup, however I have not been able to figure it out yet. I do not remember the exact error page I receive when attempting to connect but it is something to the effect of the "server denying access" versus a "page not found" error. Any ideas or suggestions?

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