Indiana University Research Computing Systems

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Apr 7, 2018 | Blog, How To Guides

At Indiana University, Singularity is available on Big Red IIKarst, and Carbonate. To get starting using Singularity, add it to your user environment with the following command:

  module load singularity

A sample Singularity container image is available on Big Red II for running TensorFlow with GPU support in a virtualized CentOS environment; for more, see the Using a Singularity container section of At IU, how do I run TensorFlow?

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