ic211-submit. To install this script give the following command:
mkdir -p ~/bin ; pushd ~/bin ; curl -O http://www.usna.edu/Users/cs/wcbrown/courses/S15IC211/resources/ic211-submit; chmod +x ic211-submit ; popdSubmission is the same as last year. Labs are submmitted with name
lab02, ... and so on. Exactly like that! So, for example:
ic211-submit lab01 Lab1a.java Lab1b.java Lab1c.javais what you'd do to submit Lab 1. Note: ~/bin has to be in your path for this to work, otherwise you need to give the command as
codeprint-java. To install it on your VM's
pushd ~/bin; curl -O http://www.usna.edu/Users/cs/wcbrown/courses/S15IC211/resources/codeprint-java; chmod +x codeprint-java; popd
sudo apt-get install gnuplot-x11You'll have to enter your VM password. After this, gnuplot should be available. To make sure everything's good, try the command:
echo "plot sin(x) with lines" | gnuplot -pIf a window with a plot of the sine function pops up, you're good to go.
csunixmount. This creates a directory named
csunixin your home directory on the VM, and mounts your CS Department Unix home directory there. I.e.
~/csunixon the VM is the same as
~/on your CS Department Unix account. In case you need to un-mount your CS Department Unix home directory, the command is
fusermount -u ~/csunix.