|December 9||The Project 2B tester is now available. Update 11:15 pm: Added several test cases.|
|December 4||There is a change to the Project 2 Part B spec to fix a mismatch between the spec and the tracker implementation: You should include a domain name in all messages of type PEER. Please check the updated spec near the beginning of Section 2 for a full explanation. Also now available are sample code for getting your own IP address and a version of the tracker binary with debug output turned on, so you can run your server against it for debugging purposes.|
|December 3||Project 2 Part B deadline extended to Friday December 12 @ 11:59:59 pm.|
|November 26||Homework 4 solutions released, and some minor clarifications / corrections in Project 2 Part B as noted on the mailing list.|
|November 19||For those who have not implemented the first part of the project 2, we provide you with one here. It is strongly recommended for those of you who have implemented project 2A to build project 2B on top of your own implementation. We will try as much as possible to avoid downgrading project 2B due to bugs in project 2A.|
Project 2 Part B released, due
|November 7||The Project 2A tester is now available. Please be sure to read the README included in the package.|
|October 28||Project 2 handout updated to fix error: an A record has type 1, not 4 as previously advertised.|
|October 25||Homework 3 deadline has been postponed to Oct. 29.|
|October 22||Project 2 now available:|
|October 7||Solutions for Homework 2 are now out.|
Project #1 part B out;
These are the specifications for the chat server. Project is due Oct 22 @ 11:59:59pm.
|October 4||In order to resolve any confusion between the website and the project specification, the Project 1 checkpoint is due on Oct 6 @ 11:59:59pm!|
David has extra office hours today at 5pm to help out with the project. Please be at 5pm sharp outside Cory such that
he can let you in the building.|
Project 1 Checkpoint Announcement:|
The total number of points in Project 1 is 100. The client and server are each worth 50 points. For the client, all of the points will be based on meeting the functionality presented in the spec and the FAQ (posted on the web site). The break-down of the points for the server will be provided in the spec that is to be released shortly.
All of the source code for Project 1A must be e-mailed to email@example.com by 3:50 pm on October 6th. All of the files for this project must be contained in a single gzipped tar file. These files must include a readme with the names and student idís of the students working on the project. A makefile must also be included, so that we can build the client simply by typing ''make''.
set of instructions should help you get started for testing the client:|
1. Log into the instructional machines.
2. Type the following command: wget http://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~ee122/fa08/project/proj1_tester.tar.gz
3. If the file has downloaded successfully, unzip it using: gunzip proj1_tester.tar.gz
4. Untar the file using the following command: tar xvf proj1_tester.tar
5. Read the readme in the proj1_tester directory for further instructions
|September 28||The Project 1A FAQ is now available. Please read it all as it may contain useful information for your project.|
|September 24||The Project 1 tester is now available. Please be sure to read the README included in the package.|
|September 20||Solutions for Homework 1 are now out.|
|September 17||There is a second server for project 1 running on: 126.96.36.199 on the same port (10000).|
|September 15||Please note that the server address for project 1 has changed to: 188.8.131.52 on the same port (10000).|
|August 27||Please take the survey to help us know what the class's background is.|