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'''Cadence is restricted software.'''   
 
'''Cadence is restricted software.'''   
  
Usage of this software is restricted to college of engineering subscribers. If you believe you are eligible to use Cadence on our clusters, please email the HPRC Help Desk with the request and justification.
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Usage of this software is restricted to college of engineering subscribers in specific courses or research groups. If you believe you are eligible to use Cadence on our clusters, please email the HPRC Help Desk with the request and justification.
  
 
==Installed Modules==
 
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module load Genus/20.11
 
module load Genus/20.11
 
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Then launch the innovus or genus app on the command line using the command <code>innovus</code> or <code>genus</code> respectively.
  
 
==License==
 
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==Interactive Job==
 
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Cadence does not have a dedicated interactive app at this time. In the HPRC Portal, use the VNC interactive app.  
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Cadence does not have a dedicated interactive app at this time. In the [[ SW:Portal | HPRC Portal]], use the VNC interactive app.  
  
VNC starts in a terminal. You may need to load a Java module to a launch graphical window. For example:
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VNC starts in a terminal. You may need to load a Java module to a launch graphical window, depending on which application you use. I would try it without Java first.  
  
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If you do need Java, load one the usual way. For example:
 
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module load Java
 
module load Java
 
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Then launch the innovus or genus app on the command line using the command 'innovus' or 'genus' respectively.
 

Latest revision as of 14:27, 5 November 2021


Cadence

Cadence is restricted software.

Usage of this software is restricted to college of engineering subscribers in specific courses or research groups. If you believe you are eligible to use Cadence on our clusters, please email the HPRC Help Desk with the request and justification.

Installed Modules

Cadence Innovus and Genus are currently installed on the Terra cluster. To see available versions:

module avail Innovus
module avail Genus

To access a specific version:

module load Innovus/21.10
module load Genus/20.11

Then launch the innovus or genus app on the command line using the command innovus or genus respectively.

License

Cadence will automatically check out an appropriate license for your work, if it can. Licenses are maintained by the ENGR license server (coe-vtls2.engr.tamu.edu).

Interactive Job

Cadence does not have a dedicated interactive app at this time. In the HPRC Portal, use the VNC interactive app.

VNC starts in a terminal. You may need to load a Java module to a launch graphical window, depending on which application you use. I would try it without Java first.

If you do need Java, load one the usual way. For example:

module load Java