This file defines the header for each page. An optional "icon" image (I use the textbook):
Three headers follow: ! Long name of class !! Semester !!! Home Page, replaced by the name of the current page.
Links to the various pages for this class:
Wish I could do this: * Schedule
This is the home page for CT320, Network and System Administration.
Click on the links, above, for other class pages.
Here’s a signature date '+!!! B %-d %-I:P'
Everything has been scored. Grades have been calculated and posted to the university. The letter grade that you see is the one that you will get.
I have added ten points to each final exam score.
The first man in space was the Soviet Yuri Gargarin. Don’t confuse him with:
No cheat sheet for the final exam.
There will be no extra credit.
See the schedule page to see when you are scheduled to do your presentation to the class.
So far, only three groups have scheduled their presentation, and only two scheduled their demos.
Presentations: Presentations are in class, the week of December 9–13. Note that Friday is already full. If you don’t schedule your presentation by 5:00PM Friday Dec 6, I will pick a time for you.
Demos: Demos can be any time December 9–13 that we can work out.
My office hours in the Linux Lab will be 2:00–4:00PM today, December 2nd.
There will be no classes or office hours November 25–29.
On Monday, November 4th, my 3:00–5:00PM office hours will be in my office, CSB 246.
I have added seven points to each midterm score.
Minimum Value: 61
Maximum Value: 91
You may bring, to the midterm, a 8.5×11″ crib sheet that has only information related to shell scripting.
The Midterm Review is now available.
Assignment A2 is delayed due to weather. It will be due at the end of Tuesday September 17th.
No class today; CSU is closed. See http://safety.colostate.edu/ for more information.
Please, no onions in the Computer Science Building, including the Linux Lab. One of our faculty has a severe allergy to them.