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I’ve been researching a little about what’s the current world’s usage of this tool called WordPress. (WP from now on). I want to know who’s using it, and who’s developing on in. I know it from long time ago, but … Continue reading

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Linux distro name + network manager

It turned out that I needed to check via ssh the OS installed on a certain client. You could say “why you need to do that? don’t you know what you have?”. And you are right. But since I’m not … Continue reading

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Slurm controller configuration

Slurm seems to be a hot topic, and a lot of people arrive here to check it out. So I feel like by demand I need to post about a little bit more.  To the beginners I’m going to save … Continue reading

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Qt5 and FOCUS install on CentOS 7

FOCUS is the interface between data collection and data processing in cryo-EM. Or that is what they say. As you know if you arrived here, there are dozens of other tools to process cryo-EM data. But let’s go through my … Continue reading

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SPHIRE update on CentOS 7

Last January I was telling you my experience installing Sphire. I got a new version of the package, and this time installation was smoother. Note that the package provided to me comes from a workshop (workshop? what is that?) so … Continue reading

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Compiling relion-2.0-stable on CentOS 7

Again another of those boring IT posts, sorry. This one is about relion, the most important player in the field I work right now. A kind of Messi of EM image processing. For those that don’t know yet what relion … Continue reading

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