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public:teaching-linux-systems:environment_modules [2018/06/02 22:30]
Robert Ryans Updated for Fedora 28
public:teaching-linux-systems:environment_modules [2018/09/18 16:48] (current)
Robert Ryans Removed CIAO, XMMSAS
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 Provides the ''​aladin''​ command which launches the Java-based desktop sky atlas client. Provides the ''​aladin''​ command which launches the Java-based desktop sky atlas client.
  
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-===== Module - ciao ===== 
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-Two versions of the CIAO pipeline exist - one based on Python 2.7, the other based on 3.5. The latter is a beta test and may have issues so both versions are provided. ''​module load ciao/​4.9-py27''​ enables the Python 2.7 version and ''​module load ciao/​4.9-py35''​ enables the Python 3.5 release. Please note: 
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-  * You cannot have both ''​ciao''​ modules enabled at the same time 
-  * You cannot load the ''​ds9''​ module at the same time since ciao has its own bundled copy 
-  * You cannot load the ''​heasoft''​ module (needed by ''​xmmsas''​) alongside ciao as they have overlapping (incompatible) components 
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-The standard way to run CIAO is to set certain environment variables and then source a setup script. For your convenience this has been replicated by the environment modules, which set the basic environment variables and then define an alias ''​ciao''​ which, when executed at the shell, runs the standard setup script. The downside to this is that the module command //cannot reset your shell environment afterwards//​. 
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-It would be //very unwise// to load this module into your shell by default. 
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-===== Module - xmmsas ===== 
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-//xmmsas// is a very complex environment which has several dependencies on other modules (//​perl-5.22.2//,​ //​heasoft//,​ //​wcstools//​). These are pulled in automatically by ''​module load xmmsas''​ which in turn enables an alias ''​xmmsas''​ which, when executed in the shell, runs an additional setup script. The module command cannot reset your shell after ''​xmmsas''​ has been run. 
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-It would be //very unwise// to load this module into your shell by default. 
  
  
public/teaching-linux-systems/environment_modules.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/18 16:48 by Robert Ryans

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