Campus Storage Offerings
Description: ITS and campus stakeholders have collaborated to publish a Campus Storage Offerings matrix.  The goal is to offer a better view of the different central storage offerings across campus.  If you have questions or would like to discuss having your services represented in the matrix, please submit a email to ITS-SYSTEMS.
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Invoking Sander on a Research Server
Description: Setting up the Environment and Invoking Sander on a Research Server Before accessing Sander on KillDevil, the following steps should be done. If you have already setup for Sander with the “module” command (step 2), skip steps 2 & 3. If you are not sure, use step 3 to confirm after login. 1. Open a […]
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Invoking GROMACS
Description: Setting up Environment and Invoking GROMACS on KillDevil Before accessing GROMACS on KillDevil, the following steps should be done. If you have already setup for GROMACS using the “module” command (step 2), skip steps 2 & 3. If you are not sure, use step 3 to confirm after login. 1. Open a terminal window, and […]
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Invoking GaussView on a Research Server via Windows Desktop with X-Win32
Description: Setting up Environment and Invoking – Invoking GaussView on a Research Server via Windows Desktop with X-Win32 Note: You must be a “tcsh” or “csh” user to benefit from the full functionality of this package. Before accessing GaussView from Windows machines, the following steps should be done. If you have already setup for GaussView using […]
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Invoking GaussView on a Research Server via UNIX Desktop
Description: Setting up the Environment and Invoking GaussView on a Research Server via UNIX Desktop Note: You must be a “tcsh” or “csh” user to benefit from the full functionality of this package. Before accessing GaussView from UNIX machines, the following steps should be done. If the setup for GaussView with the “module” command (step 2) […]
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Invoking Discovery Studio on a Research Server via UNIX/Linux Desktop
Description: Setting up the Environment and Invoking Discovery Studio on a Research Server via UNIX Desktop Note: You must be a “tcsh” or “csh” user to benefit from the full functionality of this package. Before accessing Discovery Studio from UNIX machines, the following steps should be done. If you have already setup for Discovery Studio using […]
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Invoking Cambridge Structural Database on KillDevil via UNIX Desktop
Description: Setting up Environment and Invoking Cambridge Structural Database on KillDevil via UNIX Desktop Note: You must be a “tcsh” or “csh” user to benefit from the full functionality of this package. Before accessing Cambridge Structural Database from UNIX machines, the following steps should be done. If you have already setup for Cambridge Structural Database using […]
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Scientific Application – Discovery Studio
Description: Table of Contents Overview Setting up Environment and Invoking from a Research Computing Server Installing Locally on a Windows Machine Links Additional Help Overview Discovery Studio is a single unified, easy-to-use, graphical interface for powerful drug design and protein modeling research. Discovery Studio contains both established gold-standard applications (e.g., Catalyst, MODELER, CHARMm, etc.) with years […]
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LSF – Types of Clusters
Description: Table of Contents Overview Additional help Overview An LSF cluster can contain both servers and clients. Servers are execution hosts. They run the jobs that you submit to queues. Client hosts do not run jobs themselves but allow you to submit jobs to the servers. At Research Computing, we have two clusters KillDevil You can […]
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Research Computing Application – SecureCRT
Description: Overview SecureCRT is a Windows software package that provides secure remote access with a terminal interface to UNIX and Linux servers from Windows PC’s. SecureCRT, made by Van Dyke Technologies, includes support for the SSH protocol. SecureCRT is available to students, faculty, and staff in accordance with the Non-Commercial license agreement found on the UNC […]
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