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 CSE 326: Data Structures, Summer 2003
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Computing Information

Basic Tutorials

Logging In

CSE has the following instructional Linux machines:

  • fiji
  • ceylon
  • sumatra
  • tahiti

You can get access to them in any of the following ways:

  • Connect to an instructional Linux machine via Windows NT in Sieg 329 or 232 using Reflection X from WRQ software.
  • To connect to a server, you will need to use SSH Telnet. To get SSH telnet, we recommend using the UWICK package from C&C. Information about getting it can be found here .

If you need to get an account on these machines because you are a nonmajor, then go to the following web page:

Linux/Unix tips:

The following is a set of introductory quick tip pages various tools that you are likely to use. These documents have been compiled over the years by various TAs and are neither complete nor guaranteed to be accurate. If you find errors or serious omissions in the documents, please let us know.

Language references:

For more information see the ACM Tutorials page: http://www.cs.washington.edu/orgs/acm/tutorials/dev-in-unix/

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