This page contains instructions on setting up your class account, submitting assignments, and checking scores.
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 /share/b/grading/bin/glookup
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.
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:
A submission should consist of:
partners.txt. This file should contain a list of all participants in the submission, including the submitter. Each line should take the form:
cs188-ir,email@example.com,John Q. McTest
The email address given should be one that you check frequently. The grading system will communicate with you (and your partners, if any) via the emails provided, so please give an email which you will check frequently. It is very important that this file be present (yes, even when you do an assignment alone!). If we do not have an email address for you, the grading system cannot inform you if anything has gone wrong.
partners.txtfile is present
partners.txt) will receive a confirmation email within 15 minutes. If you do not receive an email, first check that your
partners.txtfile is well-formed and has been submitted. If you still receive no confirmation email, then please contact us. If the grading system encounters an error, you will receive an email explaining what went wrong. If you cannot discern the source of the problem from the error message, please contact us.
To look up your grades run the following program from the command line: