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To apply for a Dicom server account,
 
 
To apply for an Dicom server account,
 
  
 
Send email with the following information to the CCN system admin:
 
Send email with the following information to the CCN system admin:
  
 
1. Your Hoffman2 account ID if you have one.
 
1. Your Hoffman2 account ID if you have one.
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2. CC your request to the PI whose group directory you need access to for approval.
 
2. CC your request to the PI whose group directory you need access to for approval.
  
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==SSH - Command Line==
 
==SSH - Command Line==
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===Mac/Linux/Unix===
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====Simple SSH====
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Use the ssh command from a terminal:
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ssh login_id@dicomservername
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where login_id is replaced by your user account ID.
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The server host name will be sent by email when you receive your account.
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===Windows===
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Using [https://www.hoffman2.idre.ucla.edu/access/login/ Putty] for SSH terminal
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==Share File Systems with Mac==
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You can mount Dicom file system to your local Mac computer.
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Please follow this similar [https://www.ccn.ucla.edu/wiki/index.php/Hoffman2:Sharing_Filesystems instruction]

Revision as of 17:00, 10 June 2019

To apply for a Dicom server account,

Send email with the following information to the CCN system admin:

1. Your Hoffman2 account ID if you have one.

2. CC your request to the PI whose group directory you need access to for approval.


Here are some ways to access the Hoffman2 Cluster login nodes.

SSH - Command Line

Mac/Linux/Unix

Simple SSH

Use the ssh command from a terminal:

ssh login_id@dicomservername

where login_id is replaced by your user account ID. The server host name will be sent by email when you receive your account.

Windows

Using Putty for SSH terminal

Share File Systems with Mac

You can mount Dicom file system to your local Mac computer. Please follow this similar instruction