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Keygen for koko-login

To generate a key pair use PuTTY’s generation tool called “PuTTYgen” Once Launched make sure RSA is selected in the bottom left, then click “Generate” Move your mouse around the blank area near the progress bar to add randomness to

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Fastqc is a quality control tool for high throughput sequence data. It may be started from a remote desktop session on using the following terminal commands. Batch Job: Create a file named and paste the following into it.

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How To Run Sagemath

connect to on any web browser Enter your fau username and password Click “New” and then “Sagemath 9.0”                                          

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Engineering Queue GPU’s

The College of Engineering donated some servers to the cluster primary for the use of Engineering Students. As these machines require some custom configuration they must be accessed with their own partitions. Partitions:  Public: shortq7-eng-gpu Private: longq7-eng-gpu (only members of

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Running RStudio

RStudio is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for R. It includes a console, syntax highlighting editor that supports direct code execution, as well as tools for plotting, debugging, history and workspace management. For more information see RStudio webpage. To run RStudio, first open

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Running Matlab + GPU via Command Line

New HPC Cluster [fauowl@koko-login1 ~]$ srun –pty –gres gpu bash[fauowl@nodeamd014 ~]$ module load matlab-R2019b-gcc-8.3.0-srkjgbh[fauowl@nodeamd014 ~]$ module load cuda-9.0.176-gcc-8.3.0-533rw6k[fauowl@nodeamd014 ~]$ matlabMATLAB is selecting SOFTWARE OPENGL rendering. < M A T L A B (R) >Copyright 1984-2019 The MathWorks, Inc.R2019b (

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Matlab Installation and Licensing

WARNING: This guide is not intended for student or individual installations of Matlab. Please refer to the MathWorks website here for installation instructions for students or individual systems. To install Matlab on your Windows or Linux system, please use the

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Changing SAS preference

Making the Linux SAS 9.4 Program Editor behave in a similar way to the Windows Program Editor requires a few steps Start SAS using the guide found here. Change the Program Editor to add new lines after the Return/Enter key

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To load SAS 9.4 on Koko, please use the following directions: Connect to Koko via SSH with X11 forwarding, X2Go, or RDP. Instructions found here. Allocate resources using SLURM and start SAS 9.4. salloc -p longq7 squeue ssh <node> –x11

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Tensorflow utilizing GPU or CPU computation is available on Koko. Partition information can be found here. Please use these instructions for allocating resources: GPU Allocate resources with the command salloc -p <partition> –gres=gpu The gres:gpu number indicates how many GPUs you’d like

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