Torque is an open-source cluster management system deployed in many supercomputing facilities around the world. A quick search in Google returns me a list of Torque user guides from servers in USA, UK, India and Germany on the first page. Despite wide Torque adoption and extensive Administrator Guide I found it difficult to set up a managed cluster on a dozen of computing nodes with no prior experience. Sources of my problems were no official support for Ubuntu by Adaptive Computing, the company who maintains Torque, and lack of examples for Ubuntu in the Administrator Guide. The goal for this article is to fill this gap by providing detailed setup instructions for configuration of a Torque cluster with two computing nodes running Ubuntu Trusty Tahr 14.04 LTS.