- Your name, email address, office #, etc.
- Student accounts
- Students that do not have accounts need to obtain unix
accounts. Explain the procedure.
- Students that do not know unix can either access the site above or
should buy "Unix at UMBC" at the bookstore (cost about $5.00).
- Dialing in
- Provide the following information:
- 9600/14400 744-8622
- Full duplex
- Asynchronous transmission
- Parity none, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit
- Terminal type VT100
- Explain that c programs are written using a text editor.
They may choose to use :
- Pico - looks & acts like pine
- VI - those that know VI already can still use it
- emacs - Students can teach themselves emacs by using
the emacs tutorial.
- Type emacs at the unix prompt, then ^h t
- Mention that CSCM offers tutorials on emacs
and other topics.
- Pine - Walk the students through writing an email.
- Browsers: Netscape, Explorer
- Have students go to the course homepage
Exercise : Have each student send you an email.
- Student's name
- Section number
- Social Security number
- Programming experience and why they're taking 201
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