If you are running on a non-LC cluster or system and Flux is not already installed, there are a couple of ways to easily install a local copy that you can use to launch work in an allocation from whatever resource management software is running on your system. These are described in detail on the Flux readthedocs page. Briefly, they are:
spack install flux-schedto install a local copy of Flux.
docker run -ti fluxrm/flux-sched:latest.
git clone https://github.com/flux-framework/flux-core.gitand
git clone https://github.com/flux-framework/flux-sched.git. You can then
cdinto each directory and build with:
$ ./autogen.sh && ./configure --prefix=$HOME/local ... $ make -j 8 ...
You may then check on your build with
make check and install it in whatever directory you specified with
--prefix by running