Central Computing Linux (CCL) System

Table of Contents

 Getting Started
 Systems Information
 Help and Support
 Policy & Guidelines
 Related Links


What is Unix?

Unix is a computer operating system originally developed in 1969 by a group of AT&T employees at Bell Labs. Today's Unix systems are split into various branches, developed over time by AT&T as well as various commercial vendors and non-profit organizations.

Unix and Unix-like operating systems, including Linux, form the basis of many, if not most, modern computing systems.

The University of Manitoba employs GNU/Linux and Solaris on our Unix login servers.

What is CCU? CCL?

Our Central Computing Unix (CCU) and Linux (CCL) Systems are available for use by all students, staff, and retirees holding a valid UMnetID.

CCL consists of a set of multi-user login servers and a compute cluster running Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
There is also a CCU Solaris server for each hardware architectures.


Mon - Fri: 8am to 8pm
204-474-8600 or
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After hours, weekends & holidays.
204-474-8600, press 2 to report a critical system outage

Fort Garry
123 Fletcher Argue
Mon - Fri: 8am to 6pm

Join the queue:

Text your name to 431-631-0844
or scan the QR code below:

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or visit: https://3601.waitwell.ca/join/1

230 Neil John Maclean Library
Mon - Fri: 8am to 4:30pm

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Text your name to 431-631-6555
or scan the QR code below:

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or visit: https://3602.waitwell.ca/join/5

New! Submit requests & check ticket status online at: umanitoba.ca/ist/service_catalogue/