Category Archives: bash

Handling files with python

You know now how to write a multi-platform GUI with Tkinter. I don’t know what your GUI is doing, but it’s good to know a few things about how to log them. For that and for other purposes, we need … Continue reading

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CCP-EM install on CentOS 7

The CCP-EM software suite is a package containing tools for cryo-EM. You can find it here. I want to install it together with the already existing software. The Brief instructions seem to work fine, provided you have the requirements. This … Continue reading

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LDAP and sshtunnel : remote user identification techniques with python

I need to check the identity of one active directory (AD) user on a computer that is not a member of the AD. If you don’t understand what I’m speaking about, I envy you 😀 I was working with python … Continue reading

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ssh login ignoring bashrc

A small post for a small problem. I was editing my bash profile when I closed all my ssh windows to the remote machine I was working on, just to find out due to my (incomplete) modification I was not … Continue reading

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A Tkinter python multi-platform app/GUI

We wrote on python/wxpython Hello World a very simple window/gui. This time we are going to do it for real. The aim is to write “the app/GUI” that will run one command or another depending on the OS. We are … Continue reading

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macOS and Mac annoyance list

Because not everything out there is Linux. This is a collection of solutions to problems I found while using the bitten apple products. One important issue is always how to write files on an NTFS drive. You can read them but … Continue reading

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Add a puppet node to a foreman server

I wrote before how to add a puppet node to a foreman docker. I want to add  the same node to the real server, that I call cfore, instead of the dfore docker. On the pnode from the previous example … Continue reading

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