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tuffix: Tuffy's Linux

Official Linux environment for CPSC 120, 121, and 131 at California State University, Fullerton. Our mascot is Tuffy the elephant.

Overview

The key goal of this effort is to have a unified programming environment for our introductory courses that is accessible, fosters collaboration, and enables students and instructors to share working code with one another.

The major components of Tuffix are

  • Ubuntu 20.04
  • clang compiler
  • GNU g++9 C++ compiler
  • Atom text editor
  • gdb debugger and Atom's dgb-gdb frontend

Additional tools and libraries are also included to support rich programming assignments, and courses aside from 120-121-131.

Community Slack Workspace

Anyone using Tuffix (students, instructors, developers) should join the CSUF TUFFIX slack workspace at https://csuf-tuffix.slack.com.

Please use the appropriate channel within the workspace:

  • #general: Troubleshooting installing and using Tuffix. This is usually the right place for students to ask questions. Open to anyone with a CSUF account.

  • #instructors: Troubleshooting instructor's issues, such as setting up classes or assignments with Tuffix. This is only open to CSUF instructors. If you are a CSUF instructor, please ask a Slack workspace admin to invite you to the #instructors channel.

  • #developers: Creating and maintaining the Tuffix system. This is only open to people who are actively contributing to the Tuffix project (mostly instructors). If you are interested in being a developer, please ask a Slack workspace admin, or current developer, to invite you to the #developers channel.

Installation & Hardware Requirements

See the Tuffix Installation Instructions in install.md

Building a Release VM

See the Tuffix VM Build Process in vm-build-process.md

Acknowledgements

This is the product of a working group including Mikhail Gofman, Paul Inventado, and Kevin Wortman. It builds upon Michael Shafae's build scripts (http://michael.shafae.com/resources.html) and Kenytt Avery's node-box (https://github.com/ProfAvery/node-box).

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