Public Computers (Terminals)
Public computers are available to all registered patrons for accessing the Internet and viewing and editing documents. They are available on Floors 3 to 6 and in the After Hours Study Room.
Notice: You can store up to 5 GB of data. When you exceed the data limit, you no longer be able to login; ask our service team for assistance. Please always backup your data. After 14 days of inactivity (i.e., no logging into a terminal) or when your registration expires, we will delete all your files and documents.
Logging In & Logging Out
- Enter your username
- Enter your password
- Move the mouse cursor to the upper left corner to choose an application
- Logout using the “little door” icon in the right upper corner
- For more help go to Applications > Utilities > Help
Connecting & Using a Flash Drive
- Connect your flash drive to the USB port (on the left side of the monitor) and a pop-up window should appear on the upper side of your screen. Click it to display the contents of your flash drive.
- If the pop-up window doesn't appear or if it disappears before you click it, click on Activities in the upper left corner and then select Files. In the newly-opened window, your flash drive will appear in the left column, among other things. Clicking the name of your flash drive will display its contents.
- If you are unable to connect your flash drive using one of the methods listed above, please ask our Services Team for assistance.
The default setting is black and white printing. To print in color, select Barevně or “Full Color”:
Printer Setting: Print > Printer > NTK
Color Setting: Print > Properties > Device > Select Color > Grayscale /Full Color
Two-Sided Print Setting: Print > Properties > Device > Print Type > 1-Sided / 2-Sided
Web Browser (Firefox)
Printer setting: Print > Printer > NTK
Color setting: Print > Print using system dialog > Advanced > Select Color > Gray Scale / Full Color
Two-Sided Print Setting: Print > Print using system dialog > Advanced > Print Type > 1-Sided / 2-Sided
Playing a Sound
All computers have 3.5 mm audio output for headphones. You can borrow headphones on the second floor.
- Mozilla Firefox – web browser (Applications > Favorites)
LibreOffice – office suite that is comprised of:
- Writer – word processor
- Calc – spreadsheets
- Impress – presentations
- Draw – vector graphics editor (Applications > Graphics)
- Eclipse – open source IDE
- Eclipse C/C++ Debugger
- Meld – visual diff and merge tool to compare files or directories
- OpenJDK 8 Monitoring & Management Console
- Visual Studio Code – source code editor
- Darktable – photography workflow application and raw developer
- GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) – raster graphics editor
- Inkscape – vector graphics editor
- Calibre – suite of eBook software to organize and convert eBooks
- Zotero – reference management software to manage research materials and generate in-text citations and bibliographies
For programs such as Calculator, Text Editor, or Clocks go to: Applications > Accessories or Applications > Utilities.