|Unfortunately , I am using Windows 7.Even if I used Ubuntu, How am I supposed to use that from my ASP.NET MVC application? It looks like NFS is not supported in C# and .Net .
Quote:Hard to tell, since you only claim to want directories for students. Do you want to give them a home-directory? Ask your SysAdmin. Do you want to provide FTP space? What kind of stuff will they be saving there, and how?
Students directories will be similar to those directories that an IDE creates for you when you create a new project. In my case, students are allowed to have only one project. So the directory will look like:
Student's Name >>> Student Project >>> src (code files are stored here)
Files are created for the student once he clicks "New Class" , and he can delete them by clicking "Delete class". Students won't have a direct access to their directories, instead, the application will create a tree-view for their directories similar to those in Eclipse and other IDE's. They can only create, edit and delete classes. It'll also support compiling and running the codes by sending scripts to the server.
And yes , I want to provide FTP space.