This document contains important information to help get you started in modifying the Web pages on the Embedded Signal Processing Laboatory (ESPL) Web site at http://signal.ece.utexas.edu.
The ESPL group source files and ESPL Web site physically reside on
panel.utweb.utexas.eduunder Prof. Brian Evans' account. The folder
/home/utweb/utw10250/signal-srccontains the ESPL group source files. The folder
/home/utweb/utw10250/public_htmlcontains the the Web site, including the ESPL group source files and the ESPL member Web sites. Each ESPL member Web site is in the folder with the username of the member prefixed by the tilde character, e.g. ~debarati and ~khan. The username is that of the person's account on signal.ece.utexas.edu.
/home/utweb/utw10250/signal-srccontains the files for ESPL
Makefile, to update the Web site content
index.html, the entry point to the lab's Web pages
install.mk, a make include file.
phdlist.html, a list of our PhD graduates
wisdom.html, the Words of Wisdom of our PhD graduates
In addition to these files, the directory structure contains the following subdirectories:
Makefile contains four important things: a target directory
to install into, a list of subdirectories to recursively install, a list
of files in this directory to install, and the line that includes the
install.mk file contains the rules for installing documents
to the target directory, and it will never need to be edited.
Makefile, on the other hand, will need to be updated any
time a new file or subdirectory is added to the directory in which it exists.
Makefileis run using
make installthe make utility will recurse down each directory structure and execute the Makefile comments in each sub-directory. New or updated Web files will be copied to
/home/utweb/utw10250/signal-webrootwhich is a symbolic link to