Category Archives: leginon

A docker macvlan on CentOS 7

I want to dockerize my services (not only leginon) so I need to find out an effective way to integrate them onto our intranet. That is proven to be a little bit complex, since I have partial control of our … Continue reading

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A leginon docker on CentOS 7 Part I: docker and database server install

Previously we we made a leginon CentOS 6 container on CentOS 7. Now the LXC containers are somehow more robust than a docker, but less popular and versatile. Therefore the need to make a docker instead. I start by cloning … Continue reading

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Windows XP ignoring the hosts file

A little bit of context is needed. We have a subnet with 3 computers that need to connect to each other. It’s a Windows XP, a Windows 7 and a Centos 6. We can’t get rid of the OS, since … Continue reading

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A leginon CentOS 6 container on CentOS 7

Continuing with our cooking recipes, I’m going to install leginon on a CentOS 6 container running on CentOS 7. We start creating a CentOS 6 container: lxc-create -n centos6 -t download — -d centos -r 6 -a i386 lxc-start -n … 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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Running appion tools on CentOS 7

Again I have something to debug. I like debugging, it’s like sculpting: you need to be careful not to destroy more than what you remove. So we have this set of specific programs (appion) some of them python-based, most of … Continue reading

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