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CS 177 Fall 2009 Lab FAQ Useful Links Blackboard - check your grades, go to your lab TA for inconsistencies CS 177 Programming Standards Lab Rules 1. No food, no drinks; computers don't eat or drink, but they do break because of both. Plus, imagine how many people have used that keyboard before you. .. all of that is now in your mouth! 2. Don't leave trash anywhere in the lab except for trash cans (at front of room) 3. Don't mess with computer cables. Yes, they look interesting, yes they're pretty, but. .. chances are - you'll mess something up. Oh, by the way, you break it (we'll see you on the cameras) you buy it! 4. Don't do the lab remotely from home. We will know. 5. Respect your TA and follow his or her directions. 6. Don't post your lab answers until you see your grade on Webct. 7. Don't tell other lab sections what the lab is about Turnin Make sure to turn in your labs and project to the correct section. You will be penalized for submitting to an incorrect section. Visit the Lab Divisions page for the correct section (in bold font) for your turnin. See any lab or project description for information on how to use turnin or type man turnin on the console of any CS machine Working on Projects from Home (Windows) 1. Download the following: 1. PuTTY 2. WinSCP 2. To login to PuTTY:
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course CS 177 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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