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If you want to turnin your project from your home you can follow the following steps: 1. Download the SSH Secure Shell Client 3.2.9. You can google it or find at ftp://ftp.tm.informatik.uni-frankfurt.de/pub/prog/SSHSecureShellClient- 3.2.9.exe This program is like Putty but has more functionalities that help you transfer the final version of your project file into your project1 directory on lore.cs.purdue.edu. 2. Connect to lore.cs.purdue.edu with your username (do not change the default port 22) and enter your password when asked. This will open a terminal window. I assume that the directory for project1 is already created in your lore account as explained at the beginning of the specification. If not, you can follow those steps in this terminal window. 3. Click the File Transfer Window button of the program (the button with blue
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Unformatted text preview: bubbles on a folder image). 4. The left part shows the directories in your PC and right part shows the directories on lore. 5. On the left, go into the directory that you have the last version of your project1.py. 6. On the right, go into the project1 directory that you have created in lore. 7. Just drag the project1.py on the left and drop it on the right. The file will be transfered (Overwrite if you are sure that you are overwritting with the latest version). 8. Then in the terminal, you can follow the instructions on the specification in the section "Turning in the code". You do not have to turnin like this, you can turnin from the lab computers like the way you did for the labs (via mapping and putty). This is just a suggestion if you want to turnin outside the campus from your home....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course CS 177 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University.

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