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   User <USERNAME>
 
   User <USERNAME>
 
   ProxyJump <USERNAME>@ssh-gw.alice.universiteitleiden.nl:22
 
   ProxyJump <USERNAME>@ssh-gw.alice.universiteitleiden.nl:22
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  ServerAliveInterval 60
 
(Replace <USERNAME> by your own ULCN account name.)
 
(Replace <USERNAME> by your own ULCN account name.)
  
 
Now you can login to the ALICE login 1 node by typing on the command line:
 
Now you can login to the ALICE login 1 node by typing on the command line:
 
  ssh hpc1
 
  ssh hpc1
[[File:Macterm2.png|none|thumb|600x600px]]All other settings are similar to the [[Login_to_cluster#Login_to_ALICE_from_Linux|Linux login setup]]
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All other settings (e.g., for password-less login) are similar to the [[Login_to_cluster#Login_to_ALICE_from_Linux|Linux login setup]]

Latest revision as of 09:45, 9 March 2021


Login to ALICE from MAC OS

Logging in with a Mac requires no extra installation on your local machine.

  • Under “File”, open a new finder window. Navigate to the “Applications” folder, then the “Utilities” folder. Open a terminal window.
  • Edit your ~/.bash_profile to incorporate:
   export LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8
   export LANG=en_US.UTF-8 


  • Open a new tab to make sure these settings are in effect (Shell -> New Tab).
  • Edit your ~/.ssh/config file and put in:
Host hpc1 
  HostName login1.alice.universiteitleiden.nl
  User <USERNAME>
  ProxyJump <USERNAME>@ssh-gw.alice.universiteitleiden.nl:22
  ServerAliveInterval 60

(Replace <USERNAME> by your own ULCN account name.)

Now you can login to the ALICE login 1 node by typing on the command line:

ssh hpc1
Macterm2.png

All other settings (e.g., for password-less login) are similar to the Linux login setup