Daylight Summer School 2001, June 5-7, Santa Fe, NM
Introduction, Orientation and Disclaimers
- Welcome to Daylight Summer School 2001 (4rd annual)!
- About Daylight.
- Why a summer school?
- What this course IS:
- A survey of topics
- A beginning
- Hands-on, how-to
- Compromise among end-user/administrator/programmer needs.
- What this course is NOT:
- Expert certifying
- Ask questions in class.
- Ask questions in lab.
- Tailor the course to your interests.
- Take liberties with workstations, but take care with
shared resources (e.g., sun0, linux1, etc.)
- Lab partners optional.
- Who are your classmates:
- Etc. Diverse skills and backgrounds.
- Computer facilities:
- Mick is our summerschool sysadmin.
- One or two students per workstation.
- Webserver "www.daylight.com", a.k.a., "daylight".
- Primary server: "day0" (web-, Thor-, Merlin-, FTP-,
- Domain "daylight.com".
- Printing: to be announced
Local copy of 4.72 on all workstations.
- Files for labs at:
- mug's home directory on day0
- thor's home directory on shared workstations
- C compiler on all workstations.
- DayPerl on day0.
- Apache HTTPD can be installed/run by all workstations.
- Fun stuff:
- Banquet Wednesday night at 6:30PM at Daylight office (next door
Daylight Chemical Information Systems Inc.