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Environment modules on the Nevis particle physics Linux cluster modules are a way of setting up a Linux shell environment. On the cluster, we use the command...
Nevis Applications Server The students and teachers at Nevis require the use of many common programs: ROOT, CERNLIB, Geant4, and so on. It would be a waste of disk...
Nevis Linux Cluster Shells Some comments on the UNIX shells available on the Nevis Linux cluster. In UNIX, a `shell` is the command line interface to the operating...
Compiler Tools A discussion of compiler tools available at Nevis. Code checking The cppcheck command can find problems the compiler does not detect. http...
Nevis Networks and Firewall Restrictions This web page contains a discussion of the Nevis network environment, including some of the traffic restrictions imposed by...
DNS servers for the Nevis particle physics groups A resolver or server is a system that`s queried to translate an IP name (like mail.nevis.columbia.edu ) into an...
Glossary Some TLAs and definitions to help you get started. (What`s a `TLA`? Look it up below.) The terms are not in alphabetical order; they are roughly in order...
Git Below are basic commands to get around git. There are plenty more available, and your usage will become complicated as you go. It is suggested to check out the...
My Links .ATasteOfTWiki view a short introductory presentation on TWiki for beginners .WelcomeGuest starting points on TWiki .TWikiUsersGuide...
Basic diagnostics for the high availability cluster Archived 20 Sep 2013 : The high availability cluster has been set aside in favor of a more traditional single...

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