Monthly Archives: March 2017

The fire (II)

We we walk back to the fire we do it hand by hand. There the things changed: the dancers are gone, the scene still looks like a Goya paint, but a different one. The main group seems to hear a … Continue reading

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Talking

Marta smiles to me. Her smile is big, and sincere. “You’re back” she says. “Good, I was starting to be bored of waiting.” I dare to answer. “Where’s Je?”. “Forget about Je. ” she whispers slowly, caressing my cheek. I … Continue reading

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The clearing

At one point I’m not anymore able to hold the pee. I simply leave Marta, and hoping she will be still there when I come back, I go into the woods. I hear water close by. We’re supposed to be … Continue reading

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Leginon installation routine

To cover it all, I think I miss to speak about Leginon. Leginon is a system designed for automated collection of images from a transmission electron microscope. Yes, I quote. Now the truth. It’s ideal to collect automatically images from a microscope, … Continue reading

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The fire

When I reach the fire, first thing it reminds me is a Goya paint. A lot of people are sitting right outside the light from the flames, and like ten of them are dancing around the center, between the sitting … Continue reading

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Compile unblur on CentOS 7

Another one about EM software. Unblur is used to align the frames of movies recorded on an electron microscope to reduce image blurring due to beam-induced motion (quoted from The Grigorieff lab webpage). In principle, one can download the package and use … Continue reading

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phpMyAdmin upload and fix old database

Yes, because you wanted it, two posts in a day about computing. Previously I told you the tale of the phpMyAdmin server on CentOS 7. Now I will upload the database from the old CentOS 6 into the new CentOS … Continue reading

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