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Note that this auto-loading of the module will start from your ''next'' login session. Therefore if you need the module at the present session you will need to load the module using the <code>'''module load'''</code> command.
 
Note that this auto-loading of the module will start from your ''next'' login session. Therefore if you need the module at the present session you will need to load the module using the <code>'''module load'''</code> command.
  
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==Running R-LINE==
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==Unloading a R-LINE Module==
 
==Unloading a R-LINE Module==

Revision as of 12:26, 9 September 2015

R-LINE is a dispersion model for evaluating air quality in near-road environments.

Check Module Availability

To see which R-LINE modules are available to the system, use the following command:

$ module avail rline

You should see all available modules in rline/<version> format:

----------------------- /apps2/Modules/3.2.6/modulefiles -----------------------
rline/2.3.4

If the module list is empty please contact your administrators.


Loading an R-LINE Module

You can load the default R-LINE module as follows:

$ module load rline


If your program needs a specific version e.g., rline/1.2, do the following:

$ module load rline/1.2

After you load a module you can use it until you log out; you will need to load it again the next time you log in and run your program.


Automatically Loading an R-LINE Module

If you frequently use a particular module (which is usual) you can do the following:

$ module initadd rline

Or, if you need a specific version,

$ module initadd rline/1.2

Note that this auto-loading of the module will start from your next login session. Therefore if you need the module at the present session you will need to load the module using the module load command.


Running R-LINE

You can use the following command:

$ RLINE

Unloading a R-LINE Module

You can unload an already-loaded module as follows:

$ module unload rline

Or, to unload a specific version,

$ module unload rline/1.2