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Update to examples – November 9

Sylabs continues to provide example Singularity containers. Our latest installment of updates is as follows: ContikiOSContiki is an open source operating system that runs on tiny low-power microcontrollers and makes it possible to develop applications that make...

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Update to examples – October 2

Here are a few more Singularity containers, that we at Sylabs have put together: CaffeCaffe is a Deep Learning framework. https://github.com/sylabs/examples/tree/master/machinelearning/caffeSingularity Definition File HorovodHorovod is a distributed-training framework...

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Containerizing Arnold Renderer with Singularity 3.0

Arnold is an advanced Monte Carlo ray tracing renderer built for the demands of feature-length animation and visual effects rendering, largely used to create movies and video games. Arnold must be downloaded and installed manually.  In this example we will download...

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Weka Data Mining with Singularity

Weka is a commonly used Machine Learning suite of algorithms for Data Mining with Java.  We’ve developed a Singularity container so that your Weka environment and data can now be moved cross-system on-demand, with all the benefits of the Singularity Image Format...

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New Containers – Apache, MariaDB, Blender

For 3.0, we’re developing containers for common use cases and expanding the size of our cloud library.  These containers and their recipe files will be uploaded GitHub repo with full instructions, and will be accessible via our cloud library at the time of our 3.0 GA...

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Indiana University Research Computing Systems

At Indiana University, Singularity is available on Big Red II, Karst, and Carbonate. To get starting using Singularity, add it to your user environment with the following command:A sample Singularity container image is available on Big Red II for running TensorFlow...

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R and Singularity

Introduction: I believe the idiosyncrasies of most HPC technologies represent the major road block to their adoption (in any language or system). HPC technologies are often difficult to set up, use, and manage. They often rely on frequently changing and complex...

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How to build Singularity on Debian

This tutorial is generated courtesy of Karl Kornel from Stanford Research Computing. The ascii art is amazing, if you don’t care to build Singularity on Debian please scroll down to appreciate it in it’s entirety. Thank you Karl! NOTE: that an official debian...

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