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…or really smart people that just have never worked in this type of system
The BIAC cluster, Hugin, is a Linux base processor put in place to analyze any type of data. You will work on Hugin though a terminal window by writing commands one line at a time. In order to set up access to Hugin on your computer, you need to be behind the firewall. Being at BIAC or on "Diamonds" or "Clubs" puts you behind this firewall. First, you will need X-Win. On BIAC computers, X-Win comes standard but it can also be downloaded through OIT’s website here http://oit.duke.edu/comp-print/software/index.php (select “Browse and order software”). You will also need a cluster account. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a cluster account. Include your BIAC Windows username in the email (see http://wiki.biac.duke.edu/biac:accounts).
On an interactive node Cd findexp
Command lines ls ls -ltr mkdir cd .. Tab to complete Gedit . nedit
Commenting out saving
& bash rm Up arrow cp qdel qstatall Blue “directories” are equivalent to folders, “cd”ing is like double clicking Getting files from munin onto hugin, and mounting experiments? Findexp Print from terminal window