File transfer-Creating and Editing Files on ALICE
From ALICE Documentation
Creating and Editing Files on ALICE
You can always create files on your personal computer and transfer them to ALICE but sometimes it is easiest to create them directly on ALICE.
HPC supports the vi/vim, gedit, nano and emacs text editors. Nano is used in HPC training sessions because it is an easy editor to learn. Gedit is a good option if you log in with “X11 forwarding” enabled which is pre-configured X-Win32 and enabled by XQuartz’s X11.app on Mac OS. Vi/vim, which comes standard on all UNIX/Linux machines, and emacs, which is a popular coding environment, both have steeper learning curves.
To edit a file, simply type the editors name, e.g., nano or gedit, at the command line and then type in your file’s text.