CAEN is announcing two important changes related to the CAEN Linux Login Service.
The Linux login service provided network access to the same Linux environment, including commercial engineering applications, that is available in CAEN’s student computing labs.
On January 3, 2014 CAEN will:
- Remove several of the commercial engineering applications from login.engin.umich.edu (and vnc.engin.umich.edu) in order to be compatible with network access restrictions in their licenses.
- Create a new Linux login service, called oncampus-course.engin.umich.edu, that will provide access to the student computing lab software environment including the titles that are being removed from login.engin.umich.edu but with access that is restricted to on-campus locations.
The list of applications that will be removed from login.engin.umich.edu includes:
- icfb, virtuoso, Spectre, Encounter, ncverilog, and other Cadence tools
- Design Compiler, VCS, HSPICE, Sentaurus and other Synopsys tools
- Fluent, ANSYS, ICEM-CFD, and other Ansys tools
- HFSS, Maxwell, Designer, QE3D, and other Ansys EM tools (formerly Ansoft)
- Adams, Dytran, Marc, Nastran, Patran, SimDesigner and other MSC tools
Attempts at running any of the removed applications on login.engin.umich.edu after January 3 will produce an informative error message.
If you use the CAEN VNC client to access the CAEN Linux Login service, you should update your client to the latest version to facilitate the use of the name oncampus-course.engin.umich.edu. See the CAEN Knowledge Base.
All of the software applications licensed by CAEN will continue to be available in CAEN student computing labs.