Changes between Version 73 and Version 74 of HowTo/LoginToNodes


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04/14/15 10:34:32 (6 years ago)
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    5050Tip: The page that loaded has also ssh links available, If you are on a Mac computer, or a computer that has [http://firessh.net/help.html FireSSH] you can simply press on these links.
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    52 ==== Using Flack ====
     52==== Using Omni ====
     53If you are using Omni, then you can run the `sliverstatus` command and get back a text output. If you search within that output you should find a field about the hostname and one about the login. The [wiki:HowTo/LoginToNodes#OmniReadyToLoginScript readyToLogin] script that is distributed with Omni will parse the `sliver status` output and give you the ssh commands you need to log into your nodes.
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     55==== Other tools ====
     56If you used another tool to reserve your resources, then you should figure out how to get the output of the sliverstatus command. If you can't figure this out please send us an [mailto:help@geni.net email] and let us which tool you used.
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     58==== Using Flack [Depricated] ====
    5359If you are using [http://www.protogeni.net/flack Flack] for building your experiment then in order to get the login name you need to load your slice in Flack and press on the (i) icon that is next to the node.
    5460[[Image(pc-info.png)]]. On the top of the information window it has a field that says `Username`, and `Hostname`. In the end of the host name there will be  `:<port number>', e.g. 'pcwf171.emulab.net:22'.
     
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    5763'''Note:''' If you are on a Mac computer, or a computer that has [[http://firessh.net/help.html FireSSH] installed then you can directly use the 'SSH' button that is on the top on the information pane for the host.
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    59 ==== Using Omni ====
    60 If you are using Omni, then you can run the `sliverstatus` command and get back a text output. If you search within that output you should find a field about the hostname and one about the login. The [wiki:HowTo/LoginToNodes#OmniReadyToLoginScript readyToLogin] script that is distributed with Omni will parse the `sliver status` output and give you the ssh commands you need to log into your nodes.
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    62 ==== Other tools ====
    63 If you used another tool to reserve your resources, then you should figure out how to get the output of the sliverstatus command. If you can't figure this out please send us an [mailto:help@geni.net email] and let us which tool you used.
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    6565== Get a copy of your ssh key ==