Foreign Language Computing
The install is straight forward enough; double click the downloaded file to start.
However, at one point, you'll be asked to install it as a service or application.
Install as an application available to all users (auto-start).
Right click on the white screen to the left and choose New Task.
With a new task, you'll need to make some changes to make it work the way you expect. Read more »
You can see Cobain is installed via the Cobain icon in the task bar. (In this case it is a mushroom. In future versions, it may look different)
Right click on that and choose Open to change the configurations.
If you wish to do a manual backup, choose instead Run all Tasks Now!
If you chose Open, you'll see this screen Read more »
This is a useful thing to have if you intend on connecting to another computer via IP, such as for when you hope to connect to your work computer via Remote Desktop.
- Go to http://whatismyip.com
2nd method (Windows):
- Go to to the Start bar, and choose "Run".
- Type cmd in the box and hit enter.
- A command prompt will open.
- Type ipconfig/all and hit enter.
- Look for the IP address.
On Windows XP:
Go to Control Panels.
Click on User Accounts.
Click on your account name.
Click on Create a Password.
Type in your new password in each of the top two boxes, then type a password hint in the 3rd box.
Click Create Password.
If it asks if you'd like to make your account private, generally this is a no.
On a Mac: Read more »
Occasionally, you might find the need to restrict access to part or all of your website.
Over lunch you’ll create your own online game for your students to play right away, drilling them on how to recognize and parse any sort of small-scale textual structure, in any language or script.
Date: Nov. 1, 2011
Time: Noon - 1 pm
Location: 274 Van Hise Hall