Getting Started on KillDevil
Description: Table of Contents Introduction System Information Getting an Account Logging In Cluster Usage Charges Directory Spaces Mass Storage Development and Application environment Applications available Software Development Tools Compiling Job Submission Transferring Files Using Tar to Archive FAQs Additional Help Introduction The KillDevil cluster is a Linux-based computing system available to researchers across the campus. With […]
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What software is available for use on KillDevil?
Description: What software is available for use on KillDevil? A list of available mathematical and statistical software supported by Research Computing group is available from the Mathematical and Statistical Applications page. In addition to those packages, many other software packages and tools provided in our AFS package space can be used on KillDevil. Available packages are […]
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Matlab – Common FAQs
Description: Table of Contents How do I install Matlab? How do I install Matlab to make Matlab check out licenses from the UNC license servers? If I have an existing installation of Matlab and receive a new PLP code, how do I apply this new code? Will Matlab run on Mac OS? Why do I receive […]
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Invoking Grace via UNIX Desktop
Description: Setting up Environment and Invoking Grace on KillDevil via UNIX Desktop Before accessing Grace from UNIX machines, the following steps should be done. If you have already setup for Grace using the “module” command (step 2), skip steps 2 & 3. If you are not sure, use step 3 to confirm after login. 1. Open […]
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Invoking Grace on KillDevil via Windows Desktop with X-Win32
Description: Setting up Environment and Invoking – Invoking Grace on KillDevil via Windows Desktop with X-Win32 Before accessing Grace from Windows machines, the following steps should be done. If you have already setup for Grace using the “module” command, skip step 3. If you are not sure, use step 4 to confirm after login. If X-Win32 […]
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How do I get an account on KillDevil research computing cluster?
Description: How do I get an account on KillDevil? Faculty, staff and graduate students can subscribe to services through the Onyen Services page. After you subscribe to KillDevil, an account will be created for you. To learn more about KillDevil, check out Getting Started on KillDevil Research Computing home page
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Mathematica Activation Key Request for Faculty/Staff (Onyen Restricted)
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Mathematica Activation Key Request for Students (Onyen Restricted)
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – Mathematica – Installation – Windows network licenses
Description: Using the license servers of UNC If you plan to install Mathematica on an Microsoft Windows Server on the UNC-CH campus, we strongly recommend that you use the license servers of Research Computing, bc12-n13.isis.unc.edu, to get licenses to run Mathematica. As long as your server is connected to the UNC-CH network, you can use this […]
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Mathematical and Statistical Application – Maple
Description: Table of Contents Overview Installation Setting up the environment and invoking from a Research Computing server FAQs Useful links Additional help Overview Maple is a comprehensive computer system for advanced symbolic mathematics. It includes facilities for interactive algebra, calculus, discrete mathematics, graphics, numerical computation and many other areas of mathematics. It also provides a unique […]
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