Many software and libraries are installed on the machines, but very few are directly accessible at the connection to avoid conflicts between different versions available.
The module command allows to load environments integrating the software, tool or library that interests you. It is generally available on all intensive computing centres.
To be able to use the applications, you have to load an environment :
You shouldn’t source this file from your
.bashrc shell configuration
script or you may experiment conflicts with the system libraries. Only
source the ciment environment manually or at the beginning of your job
Warning, the module command is not compatible with Nix, Guix environments. It is therefore necessary to NOT source the module initialization script at the same time than the Nix or Guix initialization script.
|To see which modules are available|
|To load a module with all the environment variables|
|To remove all the environment created for the module|
|To see the loaded modules|
|To purge all modules|
|To have informations about a module|
For Dahu and Luke clusters The list of software and libraries available via the module command on the Dahu and Luke clusters is very limited. We strongly recommend that you to use the environments Nix or Guix on these machines.
For Froggy cluster
About programmation environment, if you need to access to intel and
gnu compilers, you have to use one of the following modules: