SingularityCE Updates

SingularityCE 3.10.0 Release

We're pleased to announce SingularityCE 3.10.0 is now available at the link below. This release brings numerous improvements including greatly expanded support for cgroups / resource limits, and options for better OCI / Docker compatibility. It also contains some...

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CUDA GPU Containers on Windows with WSL2

Version 2 of the Microsoft Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL2) now supports GPU computing with CUDA. With the --nvccli functionality introduced in Singularity 3.9 you can now run GPU containers with SingularityCE or SingularityPRO on your Windows system that has a...

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RISC-V and POWER support in SingularityCE

We’re pleased to announce that the recent SingularityCE 3.9.6 release introduces support for RISC-V 64 systems, and now works with POWER Linux distributions that are using microarchitecture optimized libraries (glibc-hwcaps). We’re proud to support running Singularity...

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SingularityCE Community Update

Greetings community. We have had a few inquiries in recent weeks regarding the status of Singularity and the efforts of Sylabs. Sylabs launched in 2017 as a small engineering team aimed at driving the Singularity open-source project forward, along with providing...

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SingularityCE Ubuntu & EL Packages

The Sylabs Thanksgiving turkey 🦃 has delivered some packages! Going forward we will be posting RPM packages for EL7 / EL8 distributions, as well as DEB packages for Ubuntu 18.04 and 20.04. We hope these will make it easier for you to install the latest SingularityCE...

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Singularity Community Edition

Greetings to the Singularity community. My name is Jason Tuschen and I have been the CEO of Sylabs since April of 2020. Prior to that, I had a 27-year career in the Navy and started a small consulting firm. I am humbled to be part of a team and community that directly...

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