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Interactive Ubuntu virtual desktop environment, terminal and browsers.

Initialization

For information on how to use the Initialization parameter, please refer to the Initialization - Bash script section of the documentation.

Configure SSH access

The app provides optional support for SSH access from an external client. An SSH public key must be uploaded using the corresponding panel in Resources section of the UCloud side menu.

By checking on Enable SSH server a random port is opened for connection. The connection command is shown in the job progress view page.

Additional software

New software applications can be installed and accessed as separate modules using EasyBuild, a build and installation framework for the deployment and management of scientific applications/tools on HPC systems. A brief introduction to EasyBuild is available here.

New software modules should be installed in a directory accessible from the default working tree, e.g. /work/sandbox. As a result, the sandbox software stack will be available in the UCloud workspace once the job is completed. The user should mount this folder as a data volume inside the app and make the new modules available from the command-line interface:

$ module use /work/sandbox/modules/all/

To check all available modules, use the command:

$ module avail

More commands are listed here.

Note

Environment modules are loaded automatically when the sandbox folder is mounted using the optional Modules path parameter.