Singularity: Application containers for Linux
bauerm97 Merge pull request #2463 from ikaneshiro/busybox_err_fix
Fix Some BusyBox ConveyorPacker Error Handling
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dist Merge branch 'master' into shebang_fix Nov 30, 2018
docs Change to preferred capitialization for Slurm. Nov 15, 2018
etc Fix default configuration parsing Nov 16, 2018
examples Add more complete instance tests of various flags. Dec 1, 2018
internal handle returned errors in busybox conveyorPacker Dec 13, 2018
makeit Starter refactoring Nov 4, 2018
mlocal Update Makefile.stub Nov 30, 2018
pkg Silence progress bars when appropriate flag set. Dec 8, 2018
scripts make symlink in builddir instead of parent dir Oct 30, 2018
src Fix file system variable name in help output. Dec 11, 2018
vendor Update SIF package vendor deps. Dec 12, 2018
.gitignore Make user-agent not internal Nov 13, 2018
.mailmap update urls Aug 8, 2018
.travis.yml add travis support for centos 6 and 7 rpm Oct 8, 2018 Update SIF package vendor deps. Dec 12, 2018 First set of link corrections Oct 8, 2018 Add Gert Hulselmans to contributors. Dec 11, 2018 License update to Sylabs, Inc 2018 Jan 23, 2018
Gopkg.lock Update SIF package vendor deps. Dec 12, 2018
Gopkg.toml Update SIF package vendor deps. Dec 12, 2018 improve rpm building instructions Oct 17, 2018 Update LBNL License updates May 31, 2017 Updating license and copyright May 31, 2017 Fix pro link in readme Oct 8, 2018
mconfig make $RPMSPEC relative to $sourcedir Oct 30, 2018


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Singularity is an open source container platform designed to be simple, fast, and secure. Singularity is optimized for EPC and HPC workloads, allowing untrusted users to run untrusted containers in a trusted way.

Check out who is using Singularity and some use cases of Singularity on our website.

Getting Started with Singularity

To install Singularity from source, see the installation instructions. For other installation options, see our website.

For system administrators, see the administrator documentation.

For users, see the user documentation.

Contributing to Singularity

Community contributions are always greatly appreciated. To start developing Singularity, check out the guidelines for contributing.

We also welcome contributions to our user docs and admin docs.


To get help with Singularity, check out the Community Portal.

For additional support, contact us to receive more information.

Cite as:

Kurtzer GM, Sochat V, Bauer MW (2017) Singularity: Scientific containers for mobility of compute. PLoS ONE 12(5): e0177459.

We also have a Zenodo citation:

Kurtzer, Gregory M.. (2016). Singularity 2.1.2 - Linux application and environment
containers for science. 10.5281/zenodo.60736


Unless otherwise noted, this project is licensed under a 3-clause BSD license found in the license file.