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ARGO: Available Software

 

All software is on the master node. Users may install software in their home space.

 
     
 
     
Editors
 

There are five. Which you use is entirely up to you. An explanation as to how to use each editor (basic commands, etc) is beyond the scope of this document. It's up to you to learn how to use the editor of your choice.

Editor
Man Page Available
emacs Yes - man emacs
joe Yes - man joe
pico Yes - man pico
the/x (Hessling) Yes - man the
vi Yes - man vi
 
     
Compilers
  There are three products available:
  • GNU (Default: 3.4.6-11. Version 4.3.3 is also available)

      Compiler
      Man Page Available
      Online Documentation
      C (gcc) Yes - man gcc Manual
      C++ (g++) Yes - man g++ Manual
      Fortran (g77) Yes - man g77 Manual

  • Intel (version 10.0)

      Compiler
      Man Page Available
      Online Documentation
      C (icc) Yes - man icc User Guides. Also see below.
      C++ (icc) Yes - man icc User Guides. Also see below.
      Fortran (ifort) Yes - man ifort User Guides. Also see below.

      Other documentation is available. To access it:

        echo $SHELL

        For those using the bash shell (/bin/bash): enter export DISPLAY=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0
        For those using the C shell (/bin/csh): enter setenv DISPLAY xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0
          In either case, replace the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with the IP address of your desktop machine.


        The DISPLAY variable points to the address of the X-Server which must be running on your PC.

        /usr/bin/mozilla &
        Enter the following URL in your browser for Fortran documentation:
          file://file:///usr/common/intel/fc/10.0.023/doc/Doc_Index.htm
        Enter the following URL in your browser for C documentation:
          file://file:///usr/common/intel/cc/10.0.023/doc/Doc_Index.htm

  • Portland Group (Cluster Development Kit version 8.0)
    Compiler
    Man Page Available
    Online Documentation
    C (pgcc) Yes - man pgcc User Guide
    C++ (pgCC) Yes - man pgCC User Guide
    High Performance Fortran (pghpf) Yes - man pghpf User Guide
    Fortran 90 (pgf90) Yes - man pgf90
    Fortran 77 (pgf77) Yes - man pgf77
 
     
Other Tools
 
  • GNU

      Tool
      Man Page Available
      Online Documentation
      Debugger (gdb) Yes - man gdb User Manual

  • Intel

      Tool
      Man Page Available
      Online Documentation
      Debugger (idb) Yes - man idb See below

      To access the Intel debugger manual, do the following from argo:
        echo $SHELL

        For those the bash shell (/bin/bash) enter export DISPLAY=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0
        For those using the C shell (/bin/csh) enter: setenv DISPLAY xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0
          In either case, replace the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with the IP address of your desktop machine.

        /usr/bin/mozilla &
        Enter the following address in the browser:
          file:/usr/common/intel/idb/10.0.023/doc/idb_manual/index.htm

  • Portland Group

      Tool
      Man Page Available
      Online Documentation
      Debugger (pgdbg) Yes - man pgdbg Tools Guide
      Profiler (pgprof) Yes - man pgprof Tools Guide
 
     
Libraries
 
  • BLAS
  • FFTW
    • A C subroutine library for computing the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT) in one or more dimensions, of both real and complex data, and of arbitrary input size.
    • Version 2.13
    • For more information about fttw, click here
    • Online Manual
  • ScaLAPACK
  • IMSL
 
     
Parallel Systems
   
     
Third Party Software
 
  • ANSYS (/ansys_inc/v121/ansys)
  • Gaussian 03 (/usr/common/g03)
  • GaussView (/usr/common/gv)
  • Lammps (/usr/common/lammps)
  • Statistics
    • LIMDEP (/usr/common/limdep
    • R (/usr/common/r)

     

 
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