Machine Organization & Assembly Language

CSE 378, Spring Quarter 2000

Working On Your Own Machine

You can work on your own machine, see to get a copy of SPIM. You will still need to perform your electronic submission using one of the instructional Linux machines. We recommend that you test your programs using the version of SPIM installed on these machines, before handing in your programs.

If you don't want to install SPIM on your machine, it is possible to connect (using Reflection X or even a plain telnet session) to the instructional Linux machines and run SPIM that way. Note that if you use telnet to connect, you will only be able to run the text interface version of SPIM.

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