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-=== Remote ​X graphics ​on cluster ===+=== Viewing remote ​X graphics ​from the cluster ===
  
 The HPC clusters are not designed for graphics, but it is possible. ​ The compute nodes, except for GPU nodes, have low-capability embedded graphics cards. ​ Simple graphics are possible. ​ Complex graphics like grid generation and Matlab plots are usually better done on a graphics workstation (though moderately complex graphics from a GPU node are possible; see the end of this page). The HPC clusters are not designed for graphics, but it is possible. ​ The compute nodes, except for GPU nodes, have low-capability embedded graphics cards. ​ Simple graphics are possible. ​ Complex graphics like grid generation and Matlab plots are usually better done on a graphics workstation (though moderately complex graphics from a GPU node are possible; see the end of this page).
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 LOCALNODE>​ tightvnc localhost:​33 LOCALNODE>​ tightvnc localhost:​33
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-''​vnc-display-mac.sh''​ will produce something like this, with the ''​ssh''​ command the same as Linux, and assuming the builtin VNC client:+''​vnc-display-mac.sh''​ will produce something like this, with the ''​ssh''​ command the same as Linux, and assuming the builtin ​Mac VNC client:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 ssh -TMNf rfeynman@razor.uark.edu -L5961:​compute1102:​5961;​ open vnc://​localhost:​5961 ssh -TMNf rfeynman@razor.uark.edu -L5961:​compute1102:​5961;​ open vnc://​localhost:​5961
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