Put your name, section, and the lab name on the first page of your submission. Label each individual file with its name. Don't forget to staple your submission!
For future labs, refer to the submission standards.
Yes, for information about downloading Emacs for Windows, refer to Professor Harvey's Useful Links page. Then, follow the directions on the Emacs page for installing it on your Windows machine.
Yes, you can ssh into strauss from home, just like when you use a terminal on strauss on one of the lab machines.
UD has a web page where you can download useful software, such as an SSH client.
Sure, in lab, we told you to use, for example,
qpr -q whlps
qpr means print to a queue.
In a general form, the command is
qpr -q <printer_name>
When we are in lab, we print to the Willard Hall printer, which is named "whlps". If you want to print in Smith, make sure you check the name of the printer (smips) and print to that one instead of to whlps.
For more information about printing on UNIX, see this page.