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UWA week 23 - 1st semester, study break

photo Small error in slide footer (both)
Sat 6th Jun 2020, 4:05pm, ANONYMOUS
Hi Chris, It might be trivial but I have noticed the footers in both Lecture 11 and 12 slides. In Lecture 11, it says "Lecture 11, Cryptography's role in networking". In Lecture 12, it says "Lecture 12, Security of TCP/IP". This happened to be the case for...

UWA week 21 - 1st semester, week 11

photo Project - Neighbouring (both)
Mon 18th May 2020, 12:12pm, ANONYMOUS
Hi, Considering the fact that I have the adjacency file in my directory, I can easily read the neighbouring station of the selected source terminal quite easily. I can recall Chris saying that each standalone server program does not know full information...

UWA week 20 - 1st semester, week 10

photo Project - Server and Client (all 3)
Sat 16th May 2020, 2:50pm, ANONYMOUS
Hi, I am not sure if it has been clarified before, but I am currently trying to work around two programs (server & client), which server will be listening to any client trying to send queries. It does not make much sense to me how the client program plays...
photo Re: Project - Forking in C (all 6)
Thu 14th May 2020, 1:42pm, ANONYMOUS  O.P.
Hi Chris, My approach was to create a C program to be able to read timetable files when "./project tt-TerminalA" and it will read the lines within the timetable file, and then automatically assign ports and make the form (hopefully opens it too). > Correct...
photo Project - Forking in C (all 6)
Thu 14th May 2020, 9:44am, ANONYMOUS
Hi, With the lack of understanding in forking, I am currently trying to call the shell scripts provided using fork() and execl() in C. However, it occurs to me that no matter what order my execl() calls are in, I am still unable to run them accordingly...

UWA week 14 - 1st semester, week 6

photo Re: Installing cnet on your own laptop (all 28)
Sat 4th Apr 2020, 11:00am, ANONYMOUS
Hi, I have been facing (neglecting) this problem for a while now, and I thought it is not too late to get the labsheets started. When I tried to install cnet on my Ubuntu 18.04.4 after I have done the "sudo apt-get install tcl tcl-dev tk tk-dev libelf-dev",...
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