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What is Linux?

linux ... Details Linux is the operating system of choice for multi-user, multitasking, networked, and high-performance computer applications. At Dartmouth, Linux runs most of the machines that provide core

Connect To A Linux Server

Details How Do I Connect from My Windows Machine to a Linux Server? You can connect from a Windows computer to a Linux machine in one of two ways, depending on what you want to accomplish, what

OpenAFS Client for Linux

Details The OpenAFS client can be installed on any Linux distribution but the details of how to do so vary. You will need root permission and usually some familiarity with a command line. The

Linux Printing for Konica Minolta

Details Linux drivers can be downloaded from http://onyxweb.mykonicaminolta.com/OneStopProductSupport In the Quick Search field enter and search for the model of the printer (i.e. C368), then

Access DartFS from Linux

DartFS is available via two different protocols: NFS and SMB. Linux can mount DartFS volumes with either but for Linux workstations we recommend using SMB because it is less complicated. Older Linux ... linux ... DartFS is available via two different protocols: NFS and SMB. Linux can mount DartFS volumes with either but for Linux workstations we recommend using SMB because it is less complicated. Older Linux

What Is A Safe Linux Password?

DetailsYour initial password, and subsequent resets made by a system administrator, will be a combination of your Dartmouth ID number and a random set of characters that will be emailed to you. You

Compilers on Research Computing Linux Systems

linux-programming ... DetailsMost Research Computing Linux computers have three different kinds of compilers: GNU compilers, Portland Group compilers, and Intel compilers.Below is a table that shows the different

Installing R packages on Linux servers

How to install R packages on Linux servers in personal or shared lab space. ... linux ... Installing R packages on Linux servers requires patience and sometimes persistence.  All packages are downloaded as source code and compiled and linked and tested by the installer, which can take

GlobalProtect Linux VPN Client Installation

linux ... Linux users can download and install the GlobalProtect VPN client or choose to use another VPN client that supports IPSEC tunnels.  One standard client that supports connecting to GlobalProtect is

Python on Research Computing Linux systems

environments in Related Articles. Operating System Python If you do not activate a conda environment, then when you run python you are getting the Python that is bundled with the Linux operating system

Debuggers on Research Computing's Linux systems

associated debuggers for the compilers installed on Research Computing Linux computers. Notes on Debuggers All of the compilers can be used in three different modes: To interactively run

Linux Email Clients and Modern Authentication

This KBA discusses email options for Linux users accessing our Microsoft 365 mailboxes. ... linux ... Overview: The supported method for accessing your Dartmouth email on Linux is: Outlook Web App (bwa.dartmouth.edu or outlook.dartmouth.edu) ​​​​​​​Other options currently include

DartFS mount on Mac with Linux-style file paths

absolute file paths (non-relative), and then run that code on the Linux cluster, where the network shares are mounted at /dartfs and /dartfs-hpc MacOS can mount network shares in different locations, but

DartFS and High Performance Computing - Connecting to Linux machines via command line / terminal

linux ... To access DartFS, High Performance Computing environments, connect to Linux machines, use a command line / terminal application.   Macintosh Users:  Macintosh users can utilize the built-in

How to launch research software applications (Matlab, Stata, R, Mathematica) on Andes and Polaris high-performance linux machines (HPC's)

Launching software from Andes, Polaris:   See https://services.dartmouth.edu/TDClient/KB/ArticleDet?ID=64641  for more details on running research software on our Linux HPC's such as Andes and