Glue Linux module commands

How to use the Glue Linux module commands to access available software

Module sets up your environment to be able to use available software.

How to use module

module avail - Display the list of available software.  Equivalent to "tap".  This also shows what modules you have loaded with a (L) beside each module that has been loaded.

module load <app name> - Loads the environment for the default version of <app name>.  Equivalent to "tap <app name>" except instructions to run the app will not be displayed.

module load <app name>/<app version> - Loads the environment for the specified version of <app name>.   Equivalent to "tap <app name with version>" except instructions to run the app will not be displayed.

module help <app name>/<app version> - Provides help which normally explains how to run the application.

module unload <app name>/<app version> - Unload the environment in case you no longer want it loaded.




Keywords:environment linux load path   Doc ID:103513
Owner:Jeff M.Group:University of Maryland Engineering IT
Created:2020-07-01 15:27 EDTUpdated:2021-10-22 09:35 EDT
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