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# How to get up and running with MRC CLIMB
### Accessing your machine
This section assumes that you have your `<ip_address>` and `<password>` from your local CLIMB super user. You can access your machine in a variety of ways, the main two of which are detailed below.
**Galaxy** – if you aren’t comfortable with the command line, **try this option first!**.
1. In a modern web browser (i.e. not Internet Explorer) navigate to `<ip_address>/galaxy`
2. Register for an account within Galaxy by going to 'User' in the top menu bar. Make a note of your username and password. This will allow you to save your progress between sessions. If you don't register an account, your work will be deleted within a day or two.
3. There are loads of galaxy tutorials available from [the galaxy project wiki], as well as the [ABPRI] website, which is aimed at microbial genomics.
**ssh on windows** - if you are comfortable with the command line and have a windows computer
1. Install [putty] followed by [mputty], you then have to point mputty to the putty.exe file via the 'Tools' menu of mputty. (This is because mputty is a wrapper for putty, so it needs putty installed as well, and it needs to know how to find it).
2. In the 'Server' menu, go to 'Server name', put in your `<ip_address>`, put 'ubuntu' as your username and enter your password, then press 'OK'.