Category Archives: linux

A cisTEM module on CentOS 7

cisTEM is user-friendly software to process cryo-EM images of macromolecular complexes and obtain high-resolution 3D reconstructions from them. And you will find it here. I will not discuss about why you want to have it on your system instead of … Continue reading

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ipFire install

NOTE: this project was not used at the end, and information here is written only as a reference. We need to have control over a specific set of computers. Basically, what we need is control over a subnet that, despite … Continue reading

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Cent OS 7 fix yum against another client

The problem: I did some experiments on one of my clients, resulting on a client that is having a different package list than the other. I will call that client B. Let’s call the ‘healthy’ client A. When you make … Continue reading

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A docker Hello World on Cent OS 7

Previously I gave you my recipe for containers on Cent OS 7. Now we are going to enable dockers and play a little with them. I’m following a version of this guide to dockers on Cent OS 7. Actually it’s … Continue reading

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Python/WXpython Hello World

Welcome back to the fantastic world of computing. Today we’re going to learn the difference between  python and wxpython. First we need to be sure we have “some” python in our system. For that we need a shell (the black … Continue reading

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C/C++ Hello World

Since this is my first article, I’m going to start without a long explanation. I will suppose you have a bash shell. You need to check that you have a compiler. As an user, you can type user@machine$ > which … Continue reading

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Basic Hellos

I’m going to start from tomorrow on a serie of posts about how to start programming on a selection of the most popular languages. My very ambitious aim is to demonstrate that, once you know the grammar, all the languages … Continue reading

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