A remote display environment using "NICE DCV (Desktop Cloud Visiualization)" is available on SQUID, HPC front-end.
You can get the "NICE DCV Client" from hereand install it on your PC, which comes in Windows, Linux, and macOS versions.
Creating virtual sessions for NICE DCV servers
Log in to the HPC frontend and create a virtual session for the "NICE DCV server". Execute the following command. Enter any string for the session name. There are four HPC front ends. You need to connect to the server of the front-end where you created the virtual session. The server name and session name will be needed when connecting, so please keep the information handy.
|$ dcv create-session --type=virtual [session-name]
#create a virtual session
$ dcv list-sessions
#check the created virtual session
launch NICE DCV client
Start the NICE DCV client on your PC. When it starts, you will see a window like the one below, connecting to the virtual session you created with SQUID's HPC frontend. For example, if the server where you created the virtual session is "squidhpc1" and the session name is "mysession", enter "squidhpc1.hpc.cmc.osaka-u.ac.jp:5901/#mysession" and click "Connect".
|$ dcv close-session [session name]
# delete your virtual session
Please note that you will need to connect to the server where you created the virtual session and delete it.