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 <grid> <grid>
-<col lg="6" md="12" sm="12" xs="12"> +<col lg="12" md="12" sm="12" xs="12"> 
-<panel type="default" title="MOGON I Service-Nodes" icon="fa fa-server"> +<panel type="info" title="MOGON II Service-Nodes" icon="fa fa-server"> 
-To access MOGON I cluster use +There are three different service-nodes to access MOGON II cluster.
-  * hostname: ''mogon''  +
-</panel> +
-</col> +
-<col lg="6" md="12" sm="12" xs="12"> +
-<panel type="default" title="MOGON II Service-Nodes" icon="fa fa-server"> +
-There are four different service-nodes to access MOGON II cluster.+
   * hostname: ''miil01'' - ''miil03''    * hostname: ''miil01'' - ''miil03'' 
 </panel> </panel>
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 ==== Using X11-forwarding on MacOS ==== ==== Using X11-forwarding on MacOS ====
 In order to use the X11-forwarding, an X11-server should be installed in your system. In order to use the X11-forwarding, an X11-server should be installed in your system.
-Warning! X11 is no longer included with Mac, but X11 server and client libraries are available from the [[https://www.xquartz.org/|XQuartz project]].+<panel type="danger" title="Warning!" icon="fa fa-apple"> 
 +X11 is no longer included with Mac, but X11 server and client libraries are available from the [[https://www.xquartz.org/|XQuartz project]]. 
 +</panel> 
  
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