Category: Linux Shell

With Python 2 end of life on January 1, 2020, there are no guarantees that Python 2 developers and Python 2 package developers will fix Python 2 bugs or security holes. However, Python 2 and Anaconda 2 will still be …

“module load” a Python environment Read More »

A MacOS user may get an error message when starts FSLeyes (fsleyes) program on the PSY cluster: Gdk-ERROR **: The program ‘fsleyes’ received an X Window System error. This probably reflects a bug in the program. The error was ‘BadValue …

MacOS – XQuartz – FSLeyes (fsleyes) – received an X Window System error Read More »

Once you sign into the PSY cluster using X2Go, you can follow the following instructions to start a GUI interactive session. Open a terminal Run the command to create a network X display:ssh -X neurocomp0 Run srun command to start …

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X2Go is a Remote Desktop solution for connecting to Linux servers. X2Go Client can be installed on Windows, MacOS or Linux systems. X2Go can keep your GUI sessions to the Linux servers alive if you don’t sign out even if …

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Note:Cluster head node may change in the future, this example is using “neurocomp0.utsc.utoronto.ca”. Note:Click on the images to see details. 1: Open a terminal and connect to neurocomp0 using SSH, and then run the following command (jupyter is the session …

Connecting to Jupyter Notebook Running on PSY Cluster using Your Laptop/Desktop Browser 🔒 Read More »

Note: you need to sign into the Psychology cluster (new, neurocomp0) to run the following commands. 1) List available modules module avail 2) List loaded modules module list 3) Example – load a module module load python/anaconda3 4) Example – …

Using Environment Modules Read More »

Note: you need to sign into the Psychology cluster to run the following commands. 1) Check your home folder location echo $HOME cd; pwd 2) Check free disk space of all partitions df -h | egrep ‘(neurocomp|archive|dm-0)’ | awk ‘{print …

Shell Command Examples Read More »