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Old 11-22-2007, 12:52 PM
Michael Bane
 
Default (tcl) modules

Does anybody know of 'modules' [1] ready rolled for Debian (etch
preferably)? From the man page:

module is a user interface to the Modules package. The Modules package
provides for the dynamic modification of the user's environment via
modulefiles.

Each modulefile contains the information needed to configure the shell
for an application. Once the Modules package is initialized, the
environment can be modified on a per-module basis using the module
command which interprets modulefiles. Typically modulefiles instruct the
module command to alter or set shell environment variables such as PATH,
MANPATH, etc. modulefiles may be shared by many users on a system and
users may have their own collection to supplement or replace the shared
modulefiles.

The modulefiles are added to and removed from the current environment by
the user. The environment changes contained in a modulefile can be
summarized through the module command as well. If no arguments are
given, a summary of the module usage and sub-commands are shown.

The action for the module command to take is described by the
sub-command and its associated arguments.



[1] www.modules.org
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Old 11-22-2007, 12:52 PM
michael
 
Default (tcl) modules

Does anybody know of 'modules' [1] ready rolled for Debian (etch
preferably)? From the man page:

module is a user interface to the Modules package. The Modules package
provides for the dynamic modification of the user's environment via
modulefiles.

Each modulefile contains the information needed to configure the shell
for an application. Once the Modules package is initialized, the
environment can be modified on a per-module basis using the module
command which interprets modulefiles. Typically modulefiles instruct the
module command to alter or set shell environment variables such as PATH,
MANPATH, etc. modulefiles may be shared by many users on a system and
users may have their own collection to supplement or replace the shared
modulefiles.

The modulefiles are added to and removed from the current environment by
the user. The environment changes contained in a modulefile can be
summarized through the module command as well. If no arguments are
given, a summary of the module usage and sub-commands are shown.

The action for the module command to take is described by the
sub-command and its associated arguments.



[1] www.modules.org
--
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Centre for Atmospheric Science
University of Manchester, U.K.
http://cloudbase.phy.umist.ac.uk/people/bane/bane.htm


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