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Title: An Introduction to the SCS Undergrad Labs at FIU Author: fiu Last modified by: FIU-SCS Created Date: 4/23/2002 4:20:14 PM Document presentation format – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: FIU Computing and Information Sciences Academic Computing Labs


1
FIU Computing and Information Sciences Academic
Computing Labs
2
Academic Computing Labs
  • The School of Computing and Information Sciences
    (CIS) is committed to providing academic
    computing labs which are
  • Technologically advanced
  • Tailored for course requirements
  • Frequently updated
  • Well supported

3
Advanced Undergraduate Labs
  • John C. Comfort Lab ECS 241
  • Open lab to support coursework needs
  • IT Hardware Lab ECS 252 and ECS 281
  • Closed lab Technology enabled classroom
  • Instructional Lab ECS 141
  • Closed lab Technology enabled classroom

4
Undergraduate Lab Hours
  • John C. Comfort Lab (JCCL)
  • Mon through Thu 800am to 100am
  • Fri 1000am to 1000pm
  • Sat 800am to 900pm
  • Sun 1100am to Midnight
  • IT Hardware Labs and Instructional Lab (ILab)
  • Determined by course schedule

5
Undergraduate Lab Schedule
  • The JCCL opens the first day of class and closes
    the last day of finals
  • These labs are also closed on all holidays
    observed by the University
  • View the current semester schedule at
  • http//www.aul.fiu.edu

6
Lab Environment
7
Hardware
  • JCCL
  • Dell Dimension 4500
  • Pentium 4, 2ghz, 512mb, 24x CD-RW, 19 display
    (7 3ghz, Dimension 4600)
  • ILab
  • Dell Dimension 4600 (JCCL has 7)
  • Pentium 4, 3ghz, 512mb, 24x CD-RW,
  • 17 display

8
Applications
  • MS Windows XP SP2
  • MS Office 2003
  • MS Visual Studio 6.0 SP6
  • MS Visual .NET
  • NetBeans 4.0
  • Rational Rose 2003
  • Visio 2003 Pro
  • Eclipse 3

9
Applications
  • Additional software
  • Dreamweaver MX
  • Photoshop 7.01
  • Seven (7) licenses installed in the JCCL
  • Complete resource listing available at
  • http//www.aul.fiu.edu/lab/resources.html

10
Notable Additions
  • JDK upgraded each semester
  • MSDN Libraries upgraded each semester
  • Scanner installed in JCCL and Gradlab
  • MAC G4 with MAC OS X in JCCL
  • Mozilla Thunderbird

11
Undergraduate Servers
OKAPI Windows domain controller
FIU-AUL domain
COUGAR LINUX print/file server
WEASEL UNIX database server
MONGOOSE UNIX web server
12
Computer Accounts

13
User Eligibility
  • Accounts are generated each semester for
    students who
  • Are enrolled in Computing and Information
    Sciences courses
  • View the undergraduate course list at
    http//www.aul.fiu.edu/courses
  • Have no academic or financial holds

14
Username
  • Usernames are formulated as follows
  • first initial first 4 letters of last name
  • Example
  • Name David Jackson
  • Username might be djack001

15
Accounts
  • As a student of the School of Computing and
    Information Sciences, you will have three (3)
    accounts
  • CIS Windows
  • CIS Unix
  • FIU Webmail (http//webmail.fiu.edu)
  • These accounts are distinct they share a
    username but have different passwords.

16
CIS Account Passwords
  • Initial password is your Panther ID.
  • Undergraduate account passwords are reset each
    semester.
  • Graduate accounts carry forward passwords from
    the previous term. New accounts are Panther ID.

17
Services

18
MSDNAA
  • MSDNAA is a Microsoft software subscription
    service
  • Free service to students taking Computing and
    Information Sciences classes
  • Students will receive their ELMS username and
    password in an e-mail sent to their FIU e-mail
    address

19
Software Available
  • Windows XP with SP2
  • Visio 2002 2003 Pro
  • Project 2002 2003 Pro
  • Visual .Net 2002 2003 Pro
  • SQL Server Developer Enterprise Edition
  • MSDN Libraries
  • OneNote 2003

20
Where can I download the Software ?
  • Access to the download site is ONLY accessible
    from one of the Computer Science labs in the ECS
    Building. Any attempts to download from
    off-campus will result in corrupted packages.
  • The JCCL (ECS 241) and Graduate (ECS 256) Labs
    are both equipped with CD writers to facilitate
    the transfer to CD. Our staff is also trained to
    answer any of your questions.

21
Useful Links
  • Step by Step download information
  • http//www.cis.fiu.edu/msdnaa/howtoiso.htm
  • General Questions
  • http//www.cis.fiu.edu/msdnaa/
  • msdnaa_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • Download Site
  • http//msdn01.e-academy.com/fiu_cs

22
Printing
  • Each lab has a dedicated printer
  • JCCL \\cougar\venom (duplex printer)
  • ILab \\cougar\ilab
  • For paper conservation, 2-Up printing is the
    default in the JCCL. Details can be found at
    http//www.aul.fiu.edu/worddocs/2_up.doc

23
File Service
  • Users have network quota allocation of 100mb
    mapped as U\ in Windows
  • Write access is granted to the c\temp directory
    but this directory is cleared every time you log
    off.

24
Backups
  • Regular backups of user network shares are made,
    and maintained for up to two weeks.
  • Backups are performed as primary protection
    against catastrophic failures. It is your
    responsibility to back-up your data onto a floppy
    or zip disk or CD.

25
Software
  • Software is selected for CIS computer labs to
    support student coursework or academic research.
  • Students are prohibited from installing software
    in the labs, including network drives. Send email
    to request_at_cis.fiu.edu if there is an application
    you require for your academic work.

26
Lab Policies

27
Lab Policies
  • The purpose for our lab policies is to ensure a
    comfortable, secure environment. Lab management
    reserves the right to revoke account privileges
    from students who abuse lab policies.
  • To view the full list of policies, please visit
  • http//www.aul.fiu.edu/lab/policy.html

28
Lab Policies
  • Network drive quota is 100MB
  • Print coursework related materials only
  • Lock workstations maximum 15 minutes
  • Account sharing is strictly prohibited
  • No food or drinks allowed in any labs
  • Software may not be installed in any labs
  • Do not use Instructor/Staff Machines

29
How to Obtain Help

30
Locating Help
  • CIS support documentation http//www.cis.fiu.edu
    /support
  • AUL website http//www.aul.fiu.edu
  • Send email to request request_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • or see http//www.cis.fiu.edu/support/request
  • Lab Support Staff during lab hours available at
    ECS-241
  • Desktop Support Staff during business hours at
    ECS-265

31
Useful Web Pages
  • http//www.aul.fiu.edu
  • Lab hours, lab schedules, undergraduate course
    list, programming resources, lab policies
  • http//www.cis.fiu.edu
  • CIS directory, faculty office hours, CIS email
    addresses, department schedule

32
CIS Computer Support Group
  • Labs are supported and maintained by CSG
  • Support Group offices
  • ECS 265-Desktop Group, ECS 241-Lab Support
  • Catherine Hernandez, Manager
  • ECS 258-Systems Group
  • Eric Johnson, Manager
  • ECS 282-Associate Director of Computing
  • Steve Luis, Associate Director

33
Senior CSG Staff
  • STEVEN LUIS
  • TITLE Assoc Director IT/Business Relations
  • OFFICE ECS 282
  • PHONE 305-348-6215
  • E-MAIL luiss_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • URL http//www.cis.fiu.edu/luiss

34
Senior CSG Staff
  • CATHERINE HERNANDEZ
  • TITLE Manager Desktop/User Support
  • OFFICE ECS 265
  • PHONE 305-348-1080
  • E-MAIL hernandc_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • URL http//www.cis.fiu.edu/hernandc

35
Senior CSG Staff
  • LUIS CRUZ
  • TITLE Supervisor Desktop User Support
  • OFFICE ECS 265
  • PHONE 305-348-4123
  • E-MAIL luis.cruz_at_cis.fiu.edu

36
Senior CSG Staff
  • ERIC JOHNSON
  • TITLE Manager Systems Group
  • OFFICE ECS 258
  • PHONE 305-348-4021
  • E-MAIL esj_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • URL http//www.cis.fiu.edu/esj

37
Senior CSG Staff
  • JOHN FLYNN
  • TITLE Supervisor Systems Group
  • OFFICE ECS 258
  • PHONE 305-348-2142
  • E-MAIL flynnj_at_cis.fiu.edu
  • URL http//www.cis.fiu.edu/flynnj

38
Eclipse
www.eclipse.org
39
Create A New Project
  • To Create a new project open the File Menu, click
    on New ? Project.

40
New Java Project
  • Select the Java Project and click Next.

41
Name Your Project
  • Name your Project. Create your project in the
    workspace location. This should default to
    U\eclipse\ProjectName

42
Add files to your Project
  • Now that you have created a project you must add
    java files to your project. On the File Menu,
    click on New ? Class.

43
New file Details
  • The Source folder will default to your project
    folder. Name your class file. Check the
    checkbox to create a public static void main
    method.

44
Executing your program
45
NetBeans
www.netbeans.org
46
Do not close this Window
47
Create a New Project
  • To Create a new project click on New Project in
    the Welcome Screen. Or on the File Menu, click
    on New ? Project.

48
Choose Project Type
  • Select the General Category and pick Java
    Application for your project Type.

49
Name and Location
  • Add a project name. Make sure the location is in
    your U\Netbeans Folder. UNCHECK the Set as
    Main Project checkbox.

50
Compile Project
  • From the Build menu select Compile Your Java
    File to compile. You can also press F9 as a
    shortcut, or right-click on the file in the
    project window and select compile.

51
Execute your Program
  • To Run a Java File in NetBeans Right Click on the
    File in the NetBeans Project Window and select
    Run File.

52
Using Existing Code
  • You can copy source code to the src folder in
    U\NetBeans\Project Name and run it from within
    your project.
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