Commit fa6a5992 authored by Caughlin Bohn's avatar Caughlin Bohn
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Fixed General Typos and Spelling issues

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......@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ File Transferring with HCC Supercomputers
### Using the SCP command
For Mac/Linux users, file transferring between your personal computer
and the HCC supercomputers can be achieved through the commend `scp`.
and the HCC supercomputers can be achieved through the command `scp`.
Here we use **Tusker** for example. **The following commands should be
executed from your computer. **
......@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ executed from your computer. **
$ scp -r ./<folder name> <username>@tusker.unl.edu:/work/<group name>/<username>
{{< /highlight >}}
The above commend line transfers a folder from the current directory
The above command line transfers a folder from the current directory
(`./`) of the your computer to the `$WORK` directory of the HCC
supercomputer, Tusker. Note that you need to replace `<group name>`
and `<username>` with your HCC group name and username. 
......@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ and `<username>` with your HCC group name and username. 
$ scp -r <username>@tusker.unl.edu:/work/<group name>/<username>/<folder name> ./
{{< /highlight >}}
The above commend line transfers a folder from the `$WORK` directory of
The above command line transfers a folder from the `$WORK` directory of
the HCC supercomputer, Tusker, to the current directory (`./`) of the
your computer.
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......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ weight = "20"
- [Access to HCC Supercomputers] (#access-to-hcc-supercomputers)
- [For Windows 10 Users](#windows-10)
- [For Windows 7 and 8.1 Users](#windows-7-and-8-1)
- [File Transferring with HCC Supercomputers] (#file-transfering)
- [File Transferring with HCC Supercomputers] (#file-transferring)
- [SCP - Command Line] (#scp)
- [WinSCP - GUI] (#winscp)
- [Tutorial Video](#tutorial-video)
......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ should be replaced by your HCC account username. If you do not have a
HCC account, please contact a HCC specialist
({{< icon name="envelope" >}}[hcc-support@unl.edu] (mailto:hcc-support@unl.edu))
or go to http://hcc.unl.edu/newusers.
To use the **Crane** cluster, replace tusker.unl.edu with with crane.unl.edu.
To use the **Crane** cluster, replace tusker.unl.edu with crane.unl.edu.
{{< highlight bash >}}
C:\> ssh <username>@tusker.unl.edu
......@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ For best results when transfering data to and from the clusters, refer to [Handl
### SCP
For Windows users, file transferring between your personal computer
and the HCC supercomputers can be achieved through the commend `scp`.
and the HCC supercomputers can be achieved through the command `scp`.
Here we use **Tusker** for example. **The following commands should be
executed from your computer. **
......@@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ executed from your computer. **
C:\> scp -r .\<folder name> <username>@tusker.unl.edu:/work/<group name>/<username>
{{< /highlight >}}
The above commend line transfers a folder from the current directory
The above command line transfers a folder from the current directory
(`.\`) of the your computer to the `$WORK` directory of the HCC
supercomputer, Tusker. Note that you need to replace `<group name>`
and `<username>` with your HCC group name and username. 
......@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ and `<username>` with your HCC group name and username. 
C:\> scp -r <username>@tusker.unl.edu:/work/<group name>/<username>/<folder name> .\
{{< /highlight >}}
The above commend line transfers a folder from the `$WORK` directory of
The above command line transfers a folder from the `$WORK` directory of
the HCC supercomputer, Tusker, to the current directory (`.\`) of the
your computer.
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