The current Unix (Linux) version on a cluster node can be retrieved with the following command:

$ cat /etc/redhat-release

The command 'uname -a' returns the version and release of the Unix kernel.

For equivalent info along with specification of the version of the default installed gcc (GNU Compiler Collection), type:

$ cat /proc/version

The table below shows software already installed on the cluster system-wide.

The list may be partial and not totally up-to-date at any given time. Use one of the following commands to verify whether unlisted software/packages can be found on Terremoto otherwise:

$ module avail

$ rpm -qa <packageName>

$ locate <name>



Location / Module

RPM / files



python 2.7.16

module load anaconda/2-2019.03


Python for Scientific Computing


python 3.9.12

module load anaconda/3-2022.05


Python for Scientific Computing



module load cuda11.0/toolkit


GPU Computing

gcc11.2.0module load gcc/11.2.0/bin/gccCompiler - C / C++
intel-parallel-studio2020module load intel-parallel-studio/2020/moto/opt/parallel_studio_xe_2020Intel Compiler
knitro13.2.0module load knitro/13.2.0/moto/opt/knitro-13.2.0-Linux-64Solving large scale nonlinear mathematical optimization problems
matlabR2022bmodule load matlab/2022b/moto/matlab/R2022bNumerical Computing
openmpi4.0.0module load openmpi/gcc/64/4.0.0


OpenMPI Compiler
R4.2.2module load R/4.2.2/moto/opt/R-4.2.2Programming Language
Singularity3.5.3module load singularity/moto/opt/singularity-3.5.3

Run Docker-like containers


module load stata/16


General-purpose statistical software
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