For a more in depth look at using modules, please see HowTo: Environment Modules
Software on our Linux systems is available via a system called “modules” which makes available multiple versions of each program. This is a brief overview of how to use the modules system to load and run software. For a more in depth look at using modules, please see HowTo: Environment Modules
Below are shown some common commands using the program ‘fsl’ as an example.
This command will give you a list of available modules and below is a shortened list of what you’ll see.
Loads fsl version 4.1.9 as it’s the default
Loads fsl 5.0.8
This command will tell you which version of fsl is currently loaded
Once the module has been loaded, run it as normal.
A complete list of module commands is available at http://modules.sourceforge.net/man/module.html