What to do:

1. With whatever SSH client you have installed (e.g., PuTTy on Windows, or ssh via the Terminal application in OS X, etc.), connect to mathcenter.oxford.emory.edu and create inside your home directory a directory called "cs171_fall_2017_labXX", where "XX" is replaced with the number of the lab (i.e., "01", "02", etc).

2. Create the files required by the lab, being sure to name them exactly as prescribed in the lab. Save these files to the cs171_fall_2017_labXX directory created in the step above. Compile these files on the server and run the resulting class files to make sure they work as intended, as appropriate.

3. Finally, on the command line from your home directory type the following (again replacing "XX" with the appropriate lab number) and hit return, to turn in all your work for this lab:

java -cp /assignments TurnIn cs171_fall_2017_labXX

Note, there should not be a slash at the very end (beware, the computer may try to add one for you, depending on whether or not auto-complete is used).

THE FOLLOWING IS VERY IMPORTANT: WHEN CREATING ANY FILES OR FOLDERS, OR WHEN UPLOADING ANY FILES AND FOLDERS -- USE EXACTLY THE NAMES SPECIFIED IN THE DIRECTIONS -- EVEN DOWN TO THE CAPITALIZATION OF THE LETTERS. IF YOU DON'T, YOUR PROGRAMS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BE TURNED IN CORRECTLY.