Monthly Archives: August 2018

The water wedding (XXIX)

I’m definitely not anymore completely myself at this moment, the colourful drinks and the information overflow is making me dizzy. After our arrival, magically fountains of alcohol popped out of the tables, and invisible servants placed everywhere big trays with … Continue reading

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The water wedding (XXVIII)

– I want to introduce you to the Court. – I look around while I’m being driven from where we stand to the closest cluster. Where are the guards? Are they all in Shadow mode? I wonder if I can … Continue reading

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The water wedding (XXVII)

– You didn’t expect it to be so magnificent, did you? After leaving the Tailor’s house, it took us not so long to reach the bottom of the crater. At the bottom, a road was leading us to something that, … Continue reading

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The water wedding (XXVI)

The Tailor happened to be a very silent man. Or so I thought until I found out he was missing the tongue…I guess he lost it due to knowing too many secrets. Even so, he and Hakim seemed to be … Continue reading

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CryoSPARC 2 install on CentOS 7

There’s a new CryoSPARC available. We had a previous installation, but it can not be updated to this version. You need to ask for a new license. This is a boring post about how it is installed, plus the installation … Continue reading

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Creating a CentOS 7 systemctl service

I don’t know why I’m doing this. Really. But I may want to do it again in the future. Yes, sometimes I read myself and I’m ashamed. Today I’ve learned all by myself how to create a system task. You … Continue reading

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Windows robocopy configuration

I’m kind of puzzled about how different Linux rsync and Windows robocopy are. Maybe if you are a Windows user you are familiar with them, but I’m not. On StackOverflow there is a list of options to apply to robocopy, … Continue reading

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