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 The CS Dept. has a six server NX/​Nomachine cluster available for use by all CS account holders. This cluster consists of a front end server (nxfront.cs.virginia.edu),​ and five back end servers (labsrv01-05) providing Linux desktop sessions. The CS Dept. has a six server NX/​Nomachine cluster available for use by all CS account holders. This cluster consists of a front end server (nxfront.cs.virginia.edu),​ and five back end servers (labsrv01-05) providing Linux desktop sessions.
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 +===== Setup =====
  
 Users can download an NX client for onto their laptop or workstation from [[https://​www.nomachine.com/​download|https://​www.nomachine.com/​download]],​ run the client, and specify "​nx.cs.virginia.edu"​ as the server to which to connect. Users can download an NX client for onto their laptop or workstation from [[https://​www.nomachine.com/​download|https://​www.nomachine.com/​download]],​ run the client, and specify "​nx.cs.virginia.edu"​ as the server to which to connect.
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 Here are the instructions for using NX in the CS Dept.: {{ :​nx-setup_v3a.pdf |}} Here are the instructions for using NX in the CS Dept.: {{ :​nx-setup_v3a.pdf |}}
  
 +===== Usage =====
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 +When you log into an NX session, it's just like you are logging in to any of our Linux servers. ​ You will find your home directory just like anywhere else.
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 +The session servers run CentOS 7x.  If you are looking for software once logged in, take a look at our [[linux_environment_modules|software modules page]]. ​ You can find a listing of [[linux_available_modules|available modules for CentOS here]].
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