Category Archives: mysql

phpMyAdmin migrate database

I’m making dockers for all my web applications. And most of my web applications are hooked up with databases. And where you have a database, you have phpMyAdmin. Anyway. I have this computer A with a very extensive database that … Continue reading

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A leginon docker on CentOS 7 Part II: centos7AutoInstallation.py

On the previous post, we prepared a basic LAMP docker to hold a leginon installation.  I assume now you downloaded the installer for CentOS 7 and copied it to the docker via ssh or shared folder. We can simply run … Continue reading

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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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Python test we can connect to MySQL db

Probably you have mysql for some reason. You may have some form of it because of Leginon or you simply have phpMyAdmin because you need it for something else. If you don’t have it, probably you will anytime soon, since database … 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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mariadb service not starting on Fedora 22

Today I was trying to install natika on my apache server. My server is a Fedora 22 machine. I know, it’s an old system, but if it works, why to change it? It’s a rhetorical question, of course. I know … 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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