CASLab is series of computer labs hosted and maintained by the School of Computing, with a satellite lab in Jeffrey Hall managed by Queen’s ITS. The lab is made up of Windows, Linux, Android, Linux and Mac OSX client machines. All systems make use of a shared network drive hosted by a main Linux server running Samba and NFS.
At this time, the main CASLab facilities are located in Goodwin Hall 230, 241, 248 and Walter Light 310. In addition, students can log into CASLab in Jeffrey Hall room 155 and in most computers in Beamish-Munroe Hall.
The School of Computing hosted labs contain over 60 PCs, several Apple Macs and laptop stations for students. In addition, the virtual Linux lab, consisting of Ubuntu-based PCs, are accessible from all CASLab systems and from home. All lab machines in Walter Light 310 and Goodwin Hall 230, 241, and 248 dual-boot Windows and Ubuntu Linux.