Downloading Applications

For Macintosh Users

[Download an unzip application] [Download the Student Data Files

[Installing Fetch and uploading index.htm and the shelly folder

To participate the coursework, you need to have some software installed on your computer system. Before start downloading applications, check if your computer system already has those applications.

First, let's download an unzip application.

  1. Open Internet Explorer (IE) or Netscape Communicator.

  2. Click UnZip 5.32 and download the zip file, then proceed to step #8.  Or download the zip file from http://downloads.cnet.com and continue on to the next step.

  3. As like the image above, type unzip in the Search box, then press the Return key on your keyboard.  Then you will find a list of applications that you can download on the following page.

  4. From the list of applications, click on UnZip 5.32.

  5. On the next window as shown above, click on Download Now.  Wait awhile as Download Manger completes the   download and installation process.

  6. Once the installation is complete, you will see Unzip 5.32 (FAT) icon on the desktop.

  7. Now, it is ready to use.  To open Unzip, double-click on the icon.

 

Next, let's download the Student Data Files. Unzip the files on the desktop.

 

 

 

Installing Fetch and Uploading the html folder to a Web server

Instead of ws_ftp for a FTP application, you will use Fetch 3.03. You may download more current version from http://downloads.cnet.com

If you have Fetch (any late version) installed on your computer, please skip the installation process and go to step 9.

  1. Download the zip file on your computer system.

  2. The following window will appear to be ready to install Fetch.
  3. Double-click on Fet 3.0.3 Installer. In a few seconds, the following window will appear.

  4. fetch2.gif (7589 bytes)

  5. Select the location where you want to install Fetch.  In the above image, Desktop is selected.

  6. Once the installation is complete, you will see Fetch 3.0.0 Folder on the desktop.

  7. fetch01.jpg (21407 bytes)

  8. Open the folder.  And open Fetch by double-clicking on Fetch 3.0.3 as below.

  9. fetch02.jpg (26303 bytes)

  10. In the New Connection ... window (sample image below), enter following the information.

    • Enter the Host. If you use the Seattle Central Web server, it is edison.seattlecentral.edu
    • Then enter your User ID.
    • Then type the password.  The passwords are case-sensitive. As you type the password, black dots will apear in placement of the letters you type in.
  11. Remove Sub from Directory

  12. Click OK.

  13. fetch03.jpg (27137 bytes)
    The aboe image shows as you login to a geocities Web account. Depending what Web account you use, the information you enter will be different.

  14. If everything goes OK, you would see a running dog animation and the following window.  In the image below, mic151online is the name of the root directory of the Web site.  It can be different depending on the Web server. Of course, for your Fetch window, you will see your own User ID as the name of the root directory. 

  15. fetch04.jpg (22744 bytes)

  16. Also, you will see a separate window as below stating how much memory space you have.  If you do not get the windows as the above and the below, it means that the connection failed.  In that case, go to New Connection on the File menu, and re-initiate the connection. (repeat from step #12)  Make sure to put the correct information.  Also, sometimes, Geocities' Web server is too busy to establish a connection.  If you cannot make the connection after a few trials, try it again later.

  17. fetch05.jpg (31460 bytes)

  18. If you have the connection, let's upload the html folder.

  19. Select  Put Folders and Files... from Remote menu.

  20. fetch06.jpg (24693 bytes)

  21. On the Put Files, window, click OK.

  22. fetch09.jpg (14991 bytes)

  23. Back to the Web site window.  You will see the html folder under the root directory of the site.

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