Windows does not have a built in ssh client nor does cmd.exe and power shell support ssh in them. There are various programs out there that are ssh clients which all should work fine and one that is going to be discussed is putty (download it here for the installer and for the stand alone here). Once you have downloaded follow the steps below:
In general, it is better to access our systems through the shell. However, if you need to run graphical applications remotely, we offer X-windows forwarding support over SSH.
Note: If you have a program that needs a GUI to run you have to run a qsub interactive job. To do this do the following: “qsub -I -X” and you should get X11 forwarding. With this method it does not appear that X is being forwarded, but if you launch a GUI program (such as Matlab or Ansys) by entering their respective command in the terminal, you should see the program load up normally.
["saguaro1:~]$ mybalance Project Machines Balance ———- ——– ——— HPCI ANY 394740.71 cse598s112 ANY 4700.28
To charge to specific account (other than your default account), use the -A option with qsub.
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