A large number of popular software packages are installed on Palmetto and can be used without any setup or configuration. These include:
- Compilers (such as
gcc, Intel, and PGI)
- Libraries (such as OpenMPI, HDF5, Boost)
- Programming languages (such as Python, MATLAB, R)
- Scientific applications (such as LAMMPS, Paraview, ANSYS)
- Others (e.g., Git, PostgreSQL, Singularity)
These packages are available as modules on Palmetto. The following commands can be used to inspect, activate and deactivate modules:
||List all packages available (on current system)|
||Add a package to your current shell environment|
||List packages you have loaded|
||Remove a currently loaded package|
||Remove all currently loaded packages|
See the Quick Start Guide for more details about modules.
Many site-licensed software packages are available on Palmetto cluster (e.g., MATLAB, ANSYS, COMSOL, etc.,). There are limitations on the number of jobs that can run using these packages. See this section of the User’s Guide on how to check license usage.
Individual-owned or group-owned licensed software can also be run on Palmetto.
Software with graphical applications
See this section of the User’s Guide on how to use software with graphical user interface (GUI).
Installing your own software
See this section of the User’s Guide on how to check license usage.