Category Archives: EM

Code 43 Error: Windows has stopped this device

Ay ay ay Windows! It is so nice but so picky… sometimes it doesn’t let you work with devices that were not with it from the very installation time. I found this Code 43 Error when I decided to add … Continue reading

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CryoSPARC 2 management notes

You know how to install CryoSPARC 2 on CentOS 7. There are some simple commands that I keep repeating, and some complicated ones that I need to run from time to time. I keep adding and deleting nodes. To add … Continue reading

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Giving root power to a CentOS 7 user

This is an old one. I was explicitly avoiding to pass through this hole, but the time has come. There is the need to run a script that will copy data owned by ROOT from storage A to storage B.  … Continue reading

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Install EMAN2.2 with cmake 3.13 on CentOS 7

I’m not going to bloat the post with personal opinions about how good is the installation method is. Here you get the EMAN2 sources. This is the HOWTO install , and from there I did the compilation with anaconda. As … Continue reading

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Reorder the network connections on Windows 10

As a part of the leginon installation we may need to reorder the network connections, so that one of them is seen always as the first one. The reordering described on the picture and link above seems to work just … Continue reading

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Install and use bbcp on CentOS 7

It is very annoying to move or copy data around, from storage A to storage B, and back sometimes. Specially if it’s like, a few terabytes of data. The default tools under linux are usually command-line, and will depend on … Continue reading

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CryoSPARC 2 [Errno 111] Connection refused [Errno 98] Address already in use

We’ve installed CryoSPARC, we’ve updated it and now that I have an avalanche of users, it starts to create problems. The symptoms are that the user can’t log in, or that the web display is not visible. I try obviosuly … Continue reading

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