Computer Organization and Design RISC-V Edition ISBN 978-0128122754
Linux Pocket Guide (2nd Edition) ISBN 978-1449316693
It is important that you develop your code in the same computing environment that we will use to test your code. We are using the CIS Undergraduate Computing Lab Servers as the standard for this course. You may either ssh into these machines remotely or download a snapshot of the machines and run them as a VM on the local machine of your choice.
ssh yourNetId@ugclinux.cs.cornell.eduinto your terminal.
Students are required to bring iClickers to class, which is now supported in this class. Participation points are awarded for questions answered during class.
If you have never used an iClicker before, below are the instructions for obtaining and registering one:
Go to iClicker Registration Site.
Choose responses to the two questions to match the below image:
Click the text “Click here” in the blue highlighted area.
You do not need to register your iClicker each semester in this system. It will be remembered from semester to semester for you. You can also register new clickers without having to remove any previous clickers.
If you cannot read the iClicker remote ID, please stop in with your clicker and someone can confirm your iClicker remote ID. We recommend keeping the number some place with your clicker.
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