This section of our website explains how you can use Singularity to run your applications in a different Linux environment. It was last updated 2019-04-10 for Singularity 3.1.

Singularity is currently available on Tetralith, Sigma and Bi.

  • About

    What is Singularity and what can I use if for?

  • Security

    Read this before using Singularity! What you need to do to run Singularity in secure way.

  • Installing

    Installing Singularity on your own computer. You will need to do this if you intend to build your own images or modify existing ones.

  • New image

    How to create a new Singularity image and use it at NSC

  • Importing

    Importing, modifying and running Docker or Singularity Hub images

  • MPI

    How run run MPI applications using Singularity

  • Singularity Hub

    Using Singularity Hub to build images

  • NSC-specific settings

    How Singularity is configured at NSC

User Area

User support

Guides, documentation and FAQ.

Getting access

Applying for projects and login accounts.

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