I was looking around at the some of the students folders to see if they had the 5229 directory set up and I have been running into some problems.
There are quite a few students such as XXX that have set their entire 5229 folder to world read and execute. This means that anyone can read and copy their code for the class. There are other students such as YYY that have locked their root directory completely with 700 permission setting.
Could you send out a general email to the class about how to set up their directory again. I am assuming that each person must have a 5229 directory within their home, and set this folder's permissions to 755, which is world read and execute. Any sub folders within should be set to 700 so that only they can read and edit their code. All homework executables should be copied to the 5229 root dir and have a permission of 755 set to them, so that I can run it remotely and access them.
Also, they need to set their root directory to 755 so that I can get into it.
Below are the CSEL lab machine names for the students in the class to ssh into. I am not sure if you want them to use a Linux or X86 architecture, though it shouldn't matter as long as the code is compiled and run on the same architecture.
Any machine will do if you can ssh to it
Josh McGeehon firstname.lastname@example.org
* linux: em, en, oh, pee, queue, are, es, tee, you, vee, doubleu, ecks, why, zee. * solaris x86: pheasant, bluejay, cardinal, woodpecker, parakeet, toucan, swallow, chickadee, cockatiel, bunting, swift, stellar, egret, kingfisher, starling, grouse, ptarmigan * HP-UX: nagina, tigger, taussky