If you are having problems with your second factor you will need to contact IT Help Desk.
There is a known issue on Beartooth that may affect your login. Wait until the top of an hour (e.g. 1 pm) and try again. We have an automatic process to fix this issue that runs every hour on the hour.
How do I access Beartooth when I am not on the UWyo network?
Beartooth's login nodes are on the Science DMZ network outside of UWyo firewalls. Meaning you can log into Beartooth from anywhere as long as you have an internet connection and a terminal or ssh client.
How do I run my code on Beartooth?
You must submit your code to the job scheduler. Running code on login nodes is not permitted.
For more information about the job scheduler please see our page on Slurm.
How do I find out what modules/packages are available on Beartooth?
While logged into Beartooth, executing the command "module spider" will list all modules installed on Beartooth.
$ module spider
To learn more about a package execute:
$ module spider Foo
where "Foo" is the name of a module.
To find detailed information about a particular package you
must specify the version if there is more than one version:
$ module spider Foo/11.1
May I have sudo access on Beartooth?
Users will never have sudo access. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request whatever would you need sudo access for.
My Beartooth home directory is full, can I get more space?
Rarely do we increase home directory space, please clean up any unnecessary files first. If the problem persists, email email@example.com to describe your issue.
How do I access my Alcova or petaLibrary allocation when I am not on the UWyo network?
Users will need to use the UWyo VPN to get onto the UWyo network.