Class Accounts and Submitting Assignments

This page contains instructions on setting up your class account, submitting assignments, and checking scores.

Setting Up Your Class Account

  1. Acquire a class account form (handed out during the first two lectures and in section)
  2. Register your account
    You should be asked your name and SID the first time you log in. If you are not sure whether this has happened, run the following program from the command line


    to check your class registration information. (Note: This is *not* official University class enrollment information. If you have any question about whether you are officially enrolled in the class, check the tele-bears system.)

    If this script returns no information run


    If this information is incorrect run

  3. Work through the Python Tutorial

Special instructions for setting up named accounts:

If you are using a named account for the class (e.g. bbrown), here are
extra steps you need to follow (for the class 'cs188', for example):

1. edit your .cshrc file to include the following three lines:

setenv MASTERDIR /home/ff/cs188
set path=(/share/b/grading/bin $path)
alias glookup /home/ff/cs188/bin/arch/`uname -m`/glookup

2. type

source .cshrc

3. type


If you are using your named account for more than one class that uses the
grading utilities, you will have to issue the setenv and alias commands
at the command line (setenv MASTERDIR /home/ff/classname; alias glookup
/home/ff/classname/bin/arch/`uname -m`/glookup) to point the grading
utilities to the correct class master account.

Submitting Programming Assignments

Each assignment has a name in the grading system, which will be provided along with the assignment description. To submit an assignment, change to the directory containing the assignment (using cd) and type submit <ASSIGNMENT-NAME>. For example:

submit hw1

You will get a message that the assignment was submitted and that "you
will be hearing from us." You will not receive any further messages
until the submissions are filed for the readers; do not be concerned if
the confirmation e-mail is delayed.

Checking Your Scores

To look up your grades run the following program from the command line: