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documents:101126x11setup [2010/12/13 13:40]
kota added link for Xming and Putty
documents:101126x11setup [2016/05/24 12:46] (current)
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 This short instruction is for setting up such environment.  This short instruction is for setting up such environment. 
  
-==== Windows ====+===== Windows =====
  
 You need following two tools: You need following two tools:
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 Xming is an X-server to run in your local machine to show content of window sent from remote server. This will run silently in your local machine to connect remote machine output to your desktop window (called 'X window'). Xming is an X-server to run in your local machine to show content of window sent from remote server. This will run silently in your local machine to connect remote machine output to your desktop window (called 'X window').
  
-Putty is a SSH client, which securely connect your desktop to the remote machine. Follow the installation procedure explained [[http://doc.es.aau.dk/it_services/software/windows/putty_and_xming/|here]] or in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoDgN1y1fQY|youtube]]. +Putty is a SSH client, which securely connect your desktop to the remote machine. Follow the installation procedure explained [[https://it-wiki.es.aau.dk/wiki/PuTTY_and_Xming|here]] or in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoDgN1y1fQY|youtube]]. 
- +===== Mac OSX =====
-(more, about how to connect and so on) +
- +
-==== Mac OSX ====+
  
 You need to setup following tool: You need to setup following tool:
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 Detailed instruction could be found [[http://dyhr.com/2009/09/05/how-to-enable-x11-forwarding-with-ssh-on-mac-os-x-leopard/|here]].  Detailed instruction could be found [[http://dyhr.com/2009/09/05/how-to-enable-x11-forwarding-with-ssh-on-mac-os-x-leopard/|here]]. 
  
-(more, about how to connect and so on) +===== Starting Up ImageJ =====
  
 +Log in to the server 'submaster' you could then start up ImageJ by the following command:
 +<code>
 +/usr/struct/bin/java -cp /g/almf/software/ImageJ/ij.jar -server ij.ImageJ -ijpath /g/almf/software/ImageJ
 +</code>
 +  * instead of java normally added to the path, java in SCB unit is used because /usr/bin/java is gcc compiled and does not work well with ImageJ. 
 +  * you could add memory argument if your image is too big to load. 
 +  * In my case, I place the above command in .tcshrc as an alias, so that I could invoke just by a command 'ij'. Command 'ImageJ' will start up ImageJ in SCB server, and its version is not the latest. 
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