- How do I get help?
- What software is available?
- How do I subscribe/unsubscribe to the mailing list?
- I'm a UNIX user and now have a Windows desktop. How do I connect to CHPC systems and use X-Windows programs?
- How do I change my password?
- How do I change my shell?
- Are there default .tcshrc and .bashrc files available?
- Do the /scratch filesystems on arches support file locking?
- How do I use the Linux screen command for running applications or commands from a remote session?
You can find information on available software sorted alphabetically on the software documentation page.
You'll need both X-windows server software (like Exceed, Xming, Xwin32) and a secure shell package, such as SecureCRT or Putty. Below are the steps to configure Exceed and SecureCRT:
- Once Exceed is installed:
- Click Start -> Hummingbird -> Exceed -> xconfig (or rt. clic k Exceed in Task Bar -> Tools -> configuration)
- Dbl click on Security icon and select "Enabled (no host acce ss)".
- Click "OK" and close window.
- Once SecureCRT is installed:
- Start SecureCRT.
- Click File -> Quick Connect
- Set Protocol: ssh2
- SSH Server: Standard
- Click on the "Advanced.." button -> click on the "Port Forwarding" tab and check the "Forward X11 Packets"
- Click OK
Exceed does not have SSH built into it. You MUST have Exceed running in order to display an "X" window back to your Windows PC. When Exceed is running, click the "Connect" button in Secure CRT and enter user name and password to connect.
CHPC uses the campus system for authentication. You will use your uNID as your username and the associated password. Please see our password policy for more information.
- Go to CHPC home website @ www.chpc.utah.edu
- Click on CHPC Services in the top heading options.
- Click 'Profile' to the left of your screen.
- Enter your login information and press enter.
- Click 'Edit Profile' at the top of your personal details.
- Go down to the 'shell' option under your settings and select your prefered shell.
- Click 'Change' and the bottom of your settings and it will save your prefered shell selection.
No. Please contact us if you have particular requirement for this by sending email to email@example.com.
Please see a write up on this at CHPC Software: Use of Linux command "screen"
Last Modified: February 11, 2011 @ 17:05:10