For those connecting to Gola from windows there is Putty (those using cygwin can use the Linux instructions).
After opening Putty you enter “22.214.171.124” as the host name and “20222” as the port (make sure that ssh is the selected protocol).
Then go to Connection → SSH → Tunnels.
In source port enter “12000”
In destination enter ”<Gola-Name>:<Psyclone port>” where <Gola-Name> is the name of the machine you are going to run psyclone on (gola5 or gola6) and <Psyclone port> is the port psyclone is going to use on that machine.
Then press the button “Add”.
After that go back to Session and save the session by giving it some name and pressing “Save”.
When all the settings are done press “Connect” and log in.
If you can't log in make sure that the version of putty you are using is higher than 0.51.
“ssh -p 20222 -L 12000:<Gola-Name>:<Psyclone port> <user>@126.96.36.199”
<Gola-Name> is the name of the machine you are going to run psyclone on (gola5 or gola6), <Psyclone port> is the port psyclone is going to use on that machine and <user> is your username on Gola.
You are now located on the gola master. If it is your first time on Gola there are two things you have to do.
This machine should not be used to run psyclone instead use “ssh <Gola-Name>”, where <Gola-Name> is the Gola you opened a tunnel to when connecting.
Run “psyclone port=<Psyclone port>”, where <Psyclone port> is the port you opened a tunnel to, in your homedirectory.
After psyclone as been started you can open a webbrowser on your machine and go to “localhost:12000” and should see psyprobe for the psyclone you just started.