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FCI stands for Freshman Computer Initiative. The Samuel Ginn College of Engineering decided to bundle all available the software used in current engineering classes and provide it on a CD to incoming freshman to help them be prepared for upcoming engineering classes.
The programs included on the CD are intended for those engineering students taking classes which require you to use a specific piece of software to perform the desired task. Example: A student in COMP-1200 C programming is assigned homework to write a program to print out "Hello World". The student would need to have Cygwin GNU Tools and jGRASP installed on his/her computer.
Start the Autorun.exe off the CD. Then click on the name of the program that you would like to install from the menu. When the pop-up appears click "Install" (Some installs require you to choose your operating system).
Start the Autorun.exe off the CD. Then click on the name of the program that you would like to install from the menu. When the pop-up appears click "View License".
First, go to My Computer and explore the FCI CD. Look for a directory called Help-Docs. Then look for the package name that you are trying to install.
Send Email to: email@example.com or Go to http://www.eng.auburn.edu/fci
Please include a detailed description of the problem(s) you are having, contact name, and phone number.
Double click on "My Computer", Click on your CDROM drive, and double click on "Autorun.exe".
Then wait a few seconds for it to bring up the install interface.
You will need to set the PATH Variable (Refer to the "Help-Docs\cygwin.txt" for how-to information). Then restart your computer to get the PATH variable set.
Your PATH variable may not be set to the correct path. (Refer to Help-Doc\j2se-sdk.txt for how-to information)
You will need to remove a directory called ".grasp_settings". For Windows 95/98/ME look in C:\Windows\.grasp-settings or for Windows 2000/XP look in C:\Documents and Settings\Your USERNAME\.grasp-settings.