Commit e6cb7093 authored by Caughlin Bohn's avatar Caughlin Bohn
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Merge branch 'Windows_11' into 'master'

Windows 11 now exists

See merge request !293
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**1. Create an Account:** The use of HCC resources requires an HCC account to be created. To create an account, follow the steps in [Creating an Account]({{< relref "/accounts/_index.md" >}}).
**2. Open a terminal or SSH client** Most interactions with HCC clusters are done through SSH and the command line. In MacOS, Linux, and recent versions of Windows 10, there is an SSH client built-in and can be used from their [respective terminals]({{< relref "terminal.md" >}}). For older versions of Windows, an application such as [PuTTY]({{< relref "putty.md" >}}) or [MobaXterm]({{< relref "mobaxterm.md" >}}) is needed.
**2. Open a terminal or SSH client** Most interactions with HCC clusters are done through SSH and the command line. In MacOS, Linux, recent versions of Windows 10, and Windows 11 there is an SSH client built-in and can be used from their [respective terminals]({{< relref "terminal.md" >}}). For older versions of Windows, an application such as [PuTTY]({{< relref "putty.md" >}}) or [MobaXterm]({{< relref "mobaxterm.md" >}}) is needed.
**3. Connect to an HCC cluster:** From the terminal or application, use SSH to connect to one of the available clusters. In the terminal, enter `ssh <username>@crane.unl.edu` to connect to the Crane cluster, for example. With [PuTTY]({{< relref "putty.md" >}}) or [MobaXterm]({{< relref "mobaxterm.md" >}}), refer to their respective pages for a guide on how to connect
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##### Please see [Setting up and Using Duo]({{< relref "setting_up_and_using_duo" >}}).
- [Connecting to HCC Clusters](#connecting-to-hcc-clusters)
- [Windows 10](#windows-10)
- [Windows 10 / 11](#windows-10-and-11)
- [Windows 8.1](#windows-8-1)
- [Next Steps:](#next-steps)
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## Windows 10
## Windows 10 and 11
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Windows 10 users, can connect using the
Windows 10 and 11 users, can connect using the
Command Prompt. Please see [Connecting with the Terminal]({{< relref "/connecting/terminal" >}})
for more details.
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You can also use your [UNL OneDrive Account]({{< relref "data_transfer/using_rclone_with_hcc/" >}}) account to download and
upload files from any of the HCC clusters.
For moving general data into or out of HCC Resources, users are recommended to use [scp]({{<relref "data_transfer/scp" >}}) for command line transfers on Windows 10, MacOS, and Linux, or for graphical transfers, [WinSCP]({{<relref "data_transfer/winscp" >}}) for Windows, and [CyberDuck]({{<relref "data_transfer/cyberduck" >}}) for MacOS and Linux
For moving general data into or out of HCC Resources, users are recommended to use [scp]({{<relref "data_transfer/scp" >}}) for command line transfers on Windows 10, Windows 11, MacOS, and Linux, or for graphical transfers, [WinSCP]({{<relref "data_transfer/winscp" >}}) for Windows, and [CyberDuck]({{<relref "data_transfer/cyberduck" >}}) for MacOS and Linux
For moving large amounts of data into or out of HCC resources, users are highly encouraged to consider using [Globus Connect]({{< relref "data_transfer/globus_connect/" >}}).
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## Using the SCP command
For MacOS, Linux, and Windows 10 users, file transferring between your personal computer
For MacOS, Linux, Windows 10 and Windows 11 users, file transferring between your personal computer
and the HCC supercomputers can be achieved through the command `scp` which stands for secure copy.
This method is ideal for quick transfer of smaller files. For large volume transfers,
we recommend the using [Globus] or an SCP client such as [WinSCP for Windows]({{< relref "winscp">}}) or
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