Category Archives: windows

Infected!

I found a virus on one of my people’s windows laptop. Its name is HiBrowLnk. I don’t know if you ever fought a virus, but you’re never sure unless you format your machine clean. Unfortunately, I can’t do that now, … Continue reading

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Software collaboration tools (I)

After a week of not writing a all (time flies!) today I will write about software collaboration tools. If you’re reading this, you probably don’t need one, but let’s say you want to jump out of the comfortable chair you’re sitting … Continue reading

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A Windows munin node

I’m having since quite some time already (I don’t want to check the logs) a munin server running on Scientific Linux 7.2. I have like 50 Linux clients hanging on it, monitoring the CPU usage, RAM usage, and even the … 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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Cobbler & Leginon

Despite of the dragon names, they are two bits. I had a very good initial experience with the system deployment tool cobbler but the romance lasted only a little. Unfortunately on a research center, we constantly update the systems. Since … Continue reading

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