Updated: 2016-01-20 02:43 EST
Watch How Linux is Built
Check the due date for each assignment and put a reminder in your agenda, calendar, and digital assistant.
Students may attend any of the four CST8207 lab sections if there is space. If you miss your scheduled lab period, come to one of the other ones. See the timetable here and on the Course Home Page:
Your course work for most of the term will be done by Remote Login to a Course Linux Server (CLS) machine using your Algonquin userid (the same userid that you use for Blackboard) and a special CLS server password (not your Blackboard password) that you must get from your instructor. See the connection information in Course Linux Server and work with your instructor during lab time if you have problems connecting to the server.
Read the Test Instructions (all the words) before your midterm tests.
Tests take place in class in your one-hour lecture hour, not in your lab period.
The CST first-term Orientation starts 9am Monday January 11 in T117. (Free breakfast is at 7:15am.) All regular first-term CST classes and labs are cancelled between 9am and 12:01pm on Monday. All new CST students must go directly to T117 at 9am. Regular classes resume at noon.
Read the Test Instructions (all the words) before your first midterm test.
Check your email later this week for your MSDNAA and VMWare account access information. Check your spam/junk folder also, in case the email is there. If you have no email by the end of this week, contact the CST coordinator Richard Donnelly.
Turn on “show file extensions” in your Windows machines, or else you may upload files with incorrect names such as
Never use the sample userid
abcd0001 to log in. These are example userids used in the notes that are meant to be replaced with your own login userid. If you try repeatedly to log in to the Course Linux Server from home using a non-existent userid, your home IP address will be locked out; see your instructor for help.
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Author Ian! D. Allen