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Co-authored-by: Johannes Köster <johannes.koester@uni-due.de>
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Maarten-vd-Sande and johanneskoester committed May 11, 2022
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To activate this autocompletion permanently, put this line in ``~/.zshrc``.

`Here <https://github.com/zsh-users/zsh-completions/blob/master/zsh-completions-howto.org>`_ is some further reading.

How can I avoid system /tmp to be used when combining singularity and conda?
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When using both singularity and conda the idea is that inside the singularity container the conda environment is being installed.
Some singularity instances are set to share the system /tmp with the containers.
This can lead to unexpected behaviour where the system /tmp gets full.
To stop this behaviour you'd have to run singularity with the ``--contain`` option.

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