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0 Access to UK Computing The accounts you will need: U-Connect (campus lab access, e-mail) CSLAB, you have been authorized for CSLAB, but must request an account via UAMS UK Computing facilities information available at http://www.uky.edu/SCS/ 0 Account Management

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Access to UK Computing

  • The accounts you will need:

    • U-Connect (campus lab access, e-mail)

    • CSLAB, you have been authorized for CSLAB, but must request an account via UAMS

  • UK Computing facilities information available at

    http://www.uky.edu/SCS/


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Account Management

  • UAMS (User Account Management System) is used to create and manage your accounts

  • Or go to the Cisco Systems Student Computer Lab (basement of Young library) and have one of the consultants assist you.



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UAMS

  • Access UAMS from SCS, click on account info, then User Account Management System, then Request New Account

  • Use your myuk/Exchange login and password

  • Choose the “Computer Workstation L” option under new accounts

  • It may take 15 minutes or more for the systems to update your information so that your CSLAB account is active


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CS Computer Usage

  • CS 115 – Introductory programming using Visual C++ on Windows (Microsoft Visual Studio used as the development environment)

  • CS 215 – Intermediate C++ programming course using Microsoft Visual Studio on Windows

  • CS 216 – Introduction to Unix (CSLAB), web programming, software engineering

  • Upper level courses – course dependent, CSLAB and Multilab used for many of the courses


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CSLAB Homepage

http://www.cslab.uky.edu

  • Rules and Notices

  • Hours of operation

  • Frequently asked questions

  • Downloads for your home workstation (Putty for remote access, WINSCP for file transfer)


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CS 216 Assignments

  • Do in CSLAB

  • Do from any lab on campus

  • Do from your home workstation or laptop

  • (or any workstation connected to the Internet)


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Using Campus Labs

  • Novell Login

    • Login box displayed (CTRL+ALT+DEL if not)

    • enter your userid (same as U-Connect ID) in the Name field

    • enter your password in the Password field

    • A Windows screen appears


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Remote Access to CSLAB

  • You can connect to UK systems (CSLAB) from campus workstations:

    • start => programs =>communication software => Putty

  • Enter domain to go to, for CSLAB: isis.cslab.uky.edu

  • Click SSH, press OPEN

  • Login as: (your ID)


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Remote Access Off Campus

  • UK systems can be accessed off campus

  • Putty must be installed on your workstation. To get the download, go to:

    http://www.cslab.uky.edu

  • That web site also has a WINSCP download. WINSCP is used for file transfer between systems (for example, windows to CSLAB)


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Program Development on CSLAB

  • Code, test, debug on CSLAB

  • Zip all files needed (.cpp, .h, make file)

  • Submit zip file electronically via class web site


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Development on Another Platform

  • Develop on another platform (Dev-C++, Linux, Visual C++, etc.)

    2. Send files to CSLAB

    3. Compile, link, and test on CSLAB

    4. Zip files

    5. Electronically submit zip file

    STEP 3 IS VERY IMPORTANT. THERE ARE DIFFERENCES IN PLATFORMS. I WILL COMPILE, LINK, AND TEST YOUR PROGRAM ON CSLAB.


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Putty for connection to CSLAB

  • Remote access to CSLAB (through Putty): Use domain name isis.cslab.uky.edu

  • Remote access from your home: Your Internet access must already be established. Putty does not do it. Putty assumes that an Internet connection exists.


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WINSCP for File Transfer

Error using Winscp:

If you get an “Error listing directory” message followed by a long directory name ending with your CSLAB ID, get the latest version of Winscp from:

http://winscp.sourceforge.net/eng/download.phpMake sure it is using the SFTP (allow SCP fallback) protocol option from the menu


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Logging onto CSLAB

  • Your login ID will be your first initial, middle initial and first four letters of their last name, followed by a digit which could be a 0, 1, 2, 3,... (i.e. your u-connect ID)

  • The default password is 'u' + '$' + last 6 digits of your student ID.


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CSLAB

  • Located on second floor of Engineering Annex building (202)

  • Windows-like interface is displayed


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Program Development in CSLAB

  • Consultant available

  • Create a Unix shell session (called a terminal session) by clicking on the terminal icon at the bottom of the screen

  • Log off: Click on Apple Icon in top left corner, then click on log off


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Multiple Sessions

  • Multiple sessions can make program development and testing faster

  • In CSLAB: highlight the terminal window, press key to left of spacebar and ‘n’ key (works for any window)

  • Remotely: Start multiple Putty sessions