Commit c946e286 authored by Adam Caprez's avatar Adam Caprez
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Fix OS X instructions and increase header sizes.

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##### If you are connecting to HCC clusters via a PC running Windows, please take the following steps to setup X11 forwarding. ### If you are connecting to HCC clusters via a PC running Windows, please take the following steps to setup X11 forwarding.
1. Download Xming to your local PC and install. Download 1. Download Xming to your local PC and install. Download
link: https://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/xming/Xming/6.9.0.31/Xming-6-9-0-31-setup.exe link: https://downloads.sourceforge.net/project/xming/Xming/6.9.0.31/Xming-6-9-0-31-setup.exe
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6. Close the xeyes application by "Ctrl + c" from the terminal or click 6. Close the xeyes application by "Ctrl + c" from the terminal or click
the close button on the up-right corner of the graphical window. the close button on the up-right corner of the graphical window.
  ### If you are connecting to HCC clusters via a Macintosh, please take the following steps to setup X11 forwarding.
##### If you are connecting to HCC clusters via a Macintosh, please take the following steps to setup X11 forwarding.
- Check the OS version on your Mac, if it's below 10.8., you can simply type `ssh -Y username@hostname` in your terminal to login. - Check the OS version on your Mac, if it's below 10.8., you can simply type `ssh -Y username@hostname` in your terminal to login.
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click the close button on the up-left corner of the graphical click the close button on the up-left corner of the graphical
window. window.
##### If you are connecting to HCC clusters via a Linux laptop, please take the following steps to setup X11 forwarding. ### If you are connecting to HCC clusters via a Linux laptop, please take the following steps to setup X11 forwarding.
1. Open the remote client terminal. 1. Open the remote client terminal.
2. Type `ssh -Y username@hostname`" in your terminal to login. 2. Type `ssh -Y username@hostname`" in your terminal to login.
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4. Close the xeyes application by "Ctrl + c" from the terminal or click 4. Close the xeyes application by "Ctrl + c" from the terminal or click
the close button on the up-right corner of the graphical window. the close button on the up-right corner of the graphical window.
#### Special note about Indirect GLX ### Special note about Indirect GLX
If you are using OS X or Linux, you may need to re-enable indirect GLX (IGLX) in order for If you are using OS X or Linux, you may need to re-enable indirect GLX (IGLX) in order for
the GUI application to run properly. IGLX was disabled for security reasons starting with the GUI application to run properly. IGLX was disabled for security reasons starting with
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To re-enable IGLX, use the follwing instructions: To re-enable IGLX, use the follwing instructions:
##### OS X #### OS X
Open a terminal on your Mac, and run the following command: Open a terminal on your Mac, and run the following command:
{{% panel theme="info" header="Enable ILGX on OS X" %}} {{% panel theme="info" header="Enable ILGX on OS X" %}}
{{< highlight bash >}} {{< highlight bash >}}
$ defaults write org.macosforge.xquartz.X11 enable_iglx -bool true $ sudo defaults write org.macosforge.xquartz.X11 enable_iglx -bool true
{{< /highlight >}} {{< /highlight >}}
{{% /panel %}} {{% /panel %}}
##### Linux Log out or restart your Mac for the changes to take effect.
#### Linux
You will need to create a small Xorg configuration file. This requires `root` access, so You will need to create a small Xorg configuration file. This requires `root` access, so
run commands with care. run commands with care.
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