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Extract the files, and double click on the installer.
Follow the setup wizard. To open MobaX, go to the start search bar, and start typing "MobaXterm".
If using a USD issued computer, you may need administrative permissions. Please contact the ServiceDesk for assistance if these permissions prevent installation of the software. Make sure to include details like the software name.
Example: "I am following the tutorial instructions found at the RCG docs site (https://usdrcg.gitbook.io/docs/non-lawrence-guides/downloads#xquartz-for-mac) to download XQuartz. My computer is USD issued, and requires administrative permissions to install the software. Because I don't have this level of access, I would like help in installing this software."
Go to your downloads and open the installer.
Run the installer. (If using a USD computer, an administrative username/password may be needed for this step.)
Select a download button, based on your computer's operating system. Click on the downloaded file.
Follow the installation wizard
Open Cyberduck using the search bar
Click the link "here" to go to the download page.
Select the 32-bit installer link to download the PuTTY installer. When the download is complete, click on the button in the bottom left corner of the browser to open the installer.
Install PuTTY with the installer
A README file will pop up. You may ignore it for now while following this tutorial, but you may find the information useful when using PuTTY on your own.
Open a PuTTY window
Click on the installed file, and follow the download wizard.
Log in to Lawrence using MobaX or another terminal.
[user.name@ ~]$ ssh [email protected]
Warning: Permanently added 'lawrence.usd.edu' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.
[email protected]'s password:
Last login: Wed Jan 9 13:14:19 2019 from 126.96.36.199
Welcome to the Lawrence Supercomputer at the University of South Dakota!
[[email protected]@login ~]$
A VNC password needs to be set up (this only needs to be done once). Make sure you use vncpasswd, not vncpassword.
Note: the password will not show up as you type
It may ask "Would you like to enter a view-only password (y/n)?" The usual response is "n".