How can students install Xmanager Enterprise on their personal computers?

NOTE: Xmanager Enterprise is a Windows only application.  Mac users can install XQuartz to get a X11 environment. Go to the Start menu, right-click on Computer and select Map network drive… Select an available Drive letter. In the Folder field, enter \\softserve.bucknell.edu\public\XmanagerEnterprise5. Check the box labeled Connect using different credentials and click Finish. When prompted, […]

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How much space do I have on the Linux systems (i.e. unixspace)?

Your Linux files are stored on a file server called unixspace.  Because unixspace has limited capacity, there is a space limitation on the material in your personal space. Note that these are ‘hard’ quotas, meaning that the system will not allow you to exceed these allocations. You will receive separate email warnings when you have reached […]

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How do I setup web pages on the Engineering/Linux web server?

Setting up web pages on the Engineering web server involves logging into a Linux system, creating the necessary directory, and changing some permissions on the files and directories you create so that the web server can access your web documents.  Here are the steps you need to follow. Login to a Linux server (such as […]

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Full Support Linux Software

Full Support Library & IT provides full support for software that is widely used across campus. We encourage faculty, staff and students to utilize this software whenever possible. Library & IT’s goal is to provide in-depth information about these applications and will strive to find solutions to technical problems that may arise in their use. […]

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Functional Support Linux Software

Functional Support Functional Support includes software for which there is a smaller user base on campus. Library & IT will provide installation and technical support and familiarity with the software. Library & IT will attempt to resolve all problems not requiring discipline-specific knowledge. If we cannot provide the assistance needed we will direct you to […]

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How do I cancel/delete a job I submitted to the LInux Computing Cluster?

First, retrieve the JOBID for the job you wish to cancel.  See the article regarding how to check the status of a job for more information.  Then, cancel the job using the qdel command: qdel JOBID (where JOBID is some number like 245). For additional information or assistance, please contact the Tech Desk at 570.577.7777 or techdesk@bucknell.edu. […]

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How do I check the status of a job I submitted to the Linux Computing Cluster?

There are two commands to view the status of jobs running on the cluster, qstat and showq.  Here are the commands and some sample output: [student@linuxremote1 ~/cluster]$ qstat Job id                 Name          User        Time Use S Queue ————————- —————- ———– ——– – —– 103372.clusterhead     helloworld    student         0 R fairshare 103373.clusterhead […]

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How many jobs can I submit to the Linux Computing Cluster at one time?

You can submit as many jobs as you like.  However, how many will begin running depends on your current cluster usage and the usage of others.  The cluster attempts to fairly share the resources available among all users, and will start and/or suspend people’s jobs depending on usage statistics. For additional information or assistance, please […]

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