Remember our convention.
Log on to your Opal account using a terminal connection program and enter a temporary shell session at the command prompt (it should be $ in Unix).
Change to your public_html directory.
Create a new subdirectory within public_html to password protect.
The new directory doesn't have to be named "newdirectory",
but you should get into the habit of using consistent and logical directory and file names.
to see where you are.
If you are not in your new directory, use
to go to it.
Once you are sure where you are, type
and hit Enter. This will activate a script that automatically creates several files for you.
Verify that you are in the directory you want to protect and follow the instructions on the screen.
You won't see these files on a regular ls command, you must type ls -a.
Don't delete the files unless you want to remove the password protection.
If you wish to be more private, use one of the other contact options.
Although, clearly your directory name can be anything you want it to be (it doesn't have to be newdirectory)
Also, if you have password protected it, be sure to include the userid and password needed to access this directory in the Sakai assignments space.
After you have uploaded your files and set the correct permissions, your webpage will be viewable at https://opal.ils.unc.edu/~onyen/ . This will take you to the index page (if there is one) in your public_html folder; you can also navigate directly to other pages or subfolders you've added, such as https://opal.ils.unc.edu/~onyen/my_directory/my_page.html
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