It is my pleasure to tell you guys how well all of you did. Almost everyone
got an A for the final grade since most of you not only performed well, but also
dedicated much of your time and effort in learning the material.
If you are really anxious to confirm your grade anyways,
>> click here.
I have provided some information on grading criteria and how your overall grade was decided. I am sure most of you will like what you see.
Many of you have requested an electronic copy of the website either in a tar file or on a CD. However, there might be some inconvenience with the idea. The whole site wasdeveloped in PHP and thus you won't be able to view most of the pages locally, since your browser only understands HTML. In order to view our website, you are going to have to install Apache http server and add PHP module to it. Apache and PHP is available both on Windows and Linux, and it's free to download.
I have prepared a tar file anyways, for those of you who can't wait to download the file and start viewing it right away. =) I am sure most of you guys have developed sufficient skills and knowledge to find and install http server (Apache) and make it working on any platform. Remember, without the PHP module running on Apache, you won't be able to view the website.
Alexei and I are planning to include the Apache and PHP installation files for both Windows and Linux along with our website files on a CD. Brief instructions on installing PHP on Apache will also be included. In the meantime, use the links below to look into it personally if you like:
And lastly, the file:
Lastly, all your presentations have been converted into HTML format and are available online. You can view them here.
Enjoy and have a great summer~!!!
||General description of the course and objectives
||Projected course itinerary and planned topics
||Lecture material and practical exercises
||An online version of the text book used in this course
||Brief how-to's on related topics
||JB's Presentation slides on Linux VPN. Click on the link to view the presentation slides.
||Various student presentations and documents related to Linux
Here is the list of course material ordered from most recently first.
- Practical work 13, 4.24.2002
- Practical work 12, 4.11.2002
- Practical work 11, 4.10.2002
- Practical work 10, 4.3.2002
- Practical work 9, 3.27.2002
- Practical work 8, 3.6.2002
- Practical work 7, 2.27.2002
- Practical work 6, 2.20.2002
- Practical work 5, 2.13.2002
- Practical work 4, 2.6.2002
- Practical work 3, 1.30.2002
- NFS HOWTO- from www.ibiblio.org