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Site Licensed Software

  • Rutgers Site Licensed Software
    A Collection of Rutgers Site Licensed software. Some are free some requires payment. This contains major packages from vendors such as Microsoft, Adobe, etc. It includes all software for which Rutgers either has a site license or has negotiated special pricing. Please check this site first before purchasing your software license.
  • Microsoft Imagine (previously known as DreamSpark or MSDN Academic Alliance Software)
    This repository contains several packages including Windows Operating Systems, Visual Studio.Net, Microsoft Project, Visio Professional, etc. Only for declared CS Major, CS Graduate students and CS Faculty are eligible to access this resource.
  • Rutgers Faculty, TA, GA, PTL and Staff with Rutgers Connect account are eligible for 1TB of cloud storage on OneDrive, free license of Skype for Business and  free license of  Microsoft Office 2016  that can be installed on his/her office or personal computer as part of Rutgers Connect email account.


Local Software Repositories

  • Linux mirror (RU Only)
    Local Mirror of Linux at Rutgers University maintained by Rutgers Open System Support


Installed Software on CS Linux System

  • For a list of installed software on our Linux Machines, run the following command in a command line shell,
      CentOS Systems:  yum list installed
      Ubuntu Systems: dpkg-query -l

  • For a list of installed python modules on our Linux Machines, run the following command in a command line shell
      Python version 2.x pip list
      Python version 3.x pip3 list

  • For a list of installed perl modules on our Linux machines, run the following command in a command line shell
      List version of perl installed: corelist -v
      List of modules for version v5.17.5: corelist -v v5.17.5

If there are missing software needed for your class and/or research, please send your request to: If the software is needed for class, please send a request a few weeks before the start of the semester to allow time for installation and testing.