The system uses the lmod (Load MODules) system to load/unload applications in the command line. Any modules you use frequently can be loaded on login using your .bash_profile file; modules required for a job should be automated in your slurm script.
Checking what modules are available
This uses the 'avail' option of the module command.
In the command line type: module avail
Checking what modules are loaded
This uses the 'list' option of the module command.
In the command line type: module list
This uses the 'add' option of the module command, followed by the software package you wish to load.
In the command line type: module add python2
This uses the 'load' option of the module command, followed by the software package you wish to unload.
In the command line type: module unload python2
Installing additional modules & applications
If you do not see a module listed for the application that you wish to run, (and it will be used by other people besides you), please contact Digital Research Services to have it installed for all users via an Assyst request.
If the application is just for you, you can install applications to your home directory following the install instructions of that application.
Please note, the software must in all cases be appropriately licensed.
If there are issues installing software then an Assyst request can be assigned to DRS, who will assist on a best effort basis.