You access the platform via a command line SSH connection (MobaXterm or putty for Windows).
To access via SSH, you must have a user account.
To request a user account please complete the following form: Ask for an account
Download and install the portable edition at this url: https://mobaxterm.mobatek.net/download-home-edition.html
Launch MobaXterm and select "New session":
Indicate the hostname (genologin.toulouse.inra.fr) and username:
You can see that X11 forwarding is activated by default (enabling opening of graphic windows).
Once the session is activated, you get a tab with the active session:
You can start a new session by clicking on the session on the right.
For more help, see documentation: https://mobaxterm.mobatek.net/documentation.html
Download Xming and Putty. Only the Xming installation requires administrator rights.Launch putty by double-clicking on the icone. Once started, fill in the Host Name by genologin.toulouse.inra.fr
Then configure the X11 forwarding in Connection> SSH> X11 as show
You can save the configuration using the save button
Once the configuration is complete, click Open to start a session
Enter your unix login and password (use this page to ask for an account) You are now in your Unix environment. For more information about the configuration of putty refer to the online documentation .
From your Windows desktop to the server Unix (genologin.toulouse.inra.fr) with MobaXterm:
You will be able to transfer files directly in MobaXterm with the SFTP tab on the left.
The upload and download buttons will allow you to exchange files. Drag and drop also works.
From your Windows desktop to the server Unix (genologin.toulouse.inra.fr):
Transfer your files using a secure program such as WinSCP or Filezilla.
With Filezilla you have to set the transfer port to 22.
Enter the host address, login and password and connection type: SCP
- Frame 1 corresponds to the directory tree on your local desktop.
- Frame 2 corresponds to your directory tree on genologin.toulouse.inra.fr.
To transfer files drag them from one frame to the other.
From your Linux terminal to the server Unix (genologin.toulouse.inra.fr):
Use the scp command.
For example to transfer a file to genotoul:
scp file email@example.com:~/work
To subscribe to the list firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Add your mail address here .