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Intel Compilers

To use any of the available Intel Compilers, please use the following procedure: Load the appropriate Intel Compiler module ‘module load intel/compiler/64/<version>’. The versions currently available are 14 (2013), 2015u1, and 2017u1. To see a list of all available Intel

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Comsol

Comsol 5.2 is available to all College of Engineering Faculty and Students. To use Comsol, please use the following: Connect to Koko via x2go or ssh with x11 forwarding as show here. Open a terminal session and load the comsol

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Gaussian

Instructions for getting started with Gaussian on FAU’s High-Performance Computing Cluster Request an account to access the HPC facility. – Go to https://helpdesk.fau.edu/TDClient/Requests/ServiceCatalog?CategoryID=1480 – Request HPC user account. Download software to enable remote access to Koko from the desktop. – E.g., Download

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Python Virtual Environments

Instructions for creating Python virtual environments for versions 3.6 and 2.7. Load the python environment: – For Python 2.7:                $ module load anaconda2/4.4.0 – For Python 3.6:             

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OpenFOAM Tutorials

To use the built in tutorials for OpenFOAM: Load the OpenFOAM/4.1 module with the command “module load OpenFOAM/4.1” Create a folder named “OpenFOAM” in your HOME directory using the command “mkdir $HOME/OpenFOAM” Create the environment variable $FOAM_RUN with the command

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OpenFOAM

OpenFOAM 4.1 is available on Koko. To load the software, please use the following steps: Connect to Koko via SSH with X11 forwarding or with X2go. Details found here. Open a terminal session and load the module using the command

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Accessing STATA on HPC

To use STATA you must provide a license for installation on the HPC Cluster. If you do not have a license, please contact your College/Department IT group for licensing details. Log into Koko using x2go or ssh Open a terminal

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How to run Fluent interactively

Before we begin, log into Koko via your favorite method with either a GUI or x11 forwarding, please click here for details. Open a terminal session. Load the Ansys module with “module load ansys”. Check how many licenses are available with

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How to allocate and run interactive and GUI based jobs

GUI Jobs Users interested in executing a program on a node with X11 may use the “–x11” flag with srun. Example code: module load slurm matlab srun –x11 matlab module load slurm srun –x11 xterm   Not all jobs can

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Home Directories Beta

Koko’s home directories are accessible from most FAU networks (except dorms and wireless) via Microsoft Windows File Share. To connect connect to the Koko Data Transfer nodes from Explorer or the Start Menu. If prompted for a user name and

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