Lab 1 - Introduction
CEG 233 advice:
The professors and TAs are a great resource for you in CEG 233. If you are struggling with a lab or the course, please come to us. We are happy to help you succeed in this course!
Lab 1 objectives:
Become familiar with OSIS Lab * Begin to use Linux with and without GUI * Explore a few behind the scenes activities of Windows
Lab 1 advice:
It is important to "hit the ground running" because each week a new lab will be assigned. By keeping up with the lab work, you will lighten your burden and not get behind in your other classes. Additionally it is important to understand the documentation standards for labs and the "turnin" procedure which will allow you to turn in your work.
Lab and Documentation Standards:
Please use these standards to ensure maximum credit in every lab!
Rule 1: Use the grading rubric! CEG 233 lab grading come straight from the rubric.
Rule 2: Turn work in on time and in the OSIS lab. If you're late you will lose points. If you're more than two days late you will not receive lab credit. If you email your lab work to the TA's you lose 10 points.
Rule 3: Follow documentations standards in lab 1 for all labs! This will make your answers apparent to the graders and save you from needlessly losing points.
- ReadMe.txt: This plain text file must include (i) your name, and e-mail address, (ii) a listing generated by ls -l of the directory containing your project files, (iii) an explanation of how the lab/project was accomplished using the above files, and (iv) highlights both the good points and bugs and problems (if any) that it has.
- myLabJournal.txt: This plain text file is like a diary entry. As you do your work in the lab, enter your observations into this file. You can typically do this via copy-and-paste of the lines you typed followed by the output of the commands with some additional thoughts written up.
- answers.txt: This plain text file is a collections of answers to specific items listed in the Grading Sheet and other asked in the lab experiment.