Category Archives: Ubuntu

Workshop on Genomics (Notes) – Intro Lab Setup

“Cloud” computing, essentially storage services (Hotmail, Gmail, flickr, iTunes, Netflix, Dropbox, etc.). Article on ‘Wired’ about Google infrastructure. Data centers located all over world, water cooling required. We’ll use Amazon Web Services (AWS). Create virtual image. Can run all operating … Continue reading

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Unable to mount mobile device on Ubuntu 13.04

When I plug my Samsung Galaxy 4 mobile android device into my laptop running Ubuntu 13.04, I immediately get this error message: I click ‘OK’. It appears on my Devices list in both my file manager and in Rhythmbox. I … Continue reading

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WHOI Software Carpentry notes, Day 2 – morning

https://etherpad.mozilla.org/swc-whoi-2013 Distributed version control systems, e.g. git, bzr, hg, dcvs No master controller. All copies are equivalently complete and functional. Yesterday, we ran: git clone http://github.com/wltrimbl/2013-11-14-woodshole Changes were made last night. Today, we need to update. In terminal, we type: … Continue reading

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WHOI Software Carpentry notes, Day 1 – morning

cd ; git clone http://github.com/wltrimbl/2013-11-14-woodshole Copying workshop files. http://wltrimbl.github.io/2013-11-14-woodshole/ http://wltrimbl.github.io/2013-11-14-woodshole/lessons/overview.html#%284%29 Scientists are teaching ourselves. Need to learn the tricks the right way to save time later. Be fluent in multiple languages. Worth the effort. You will have tricks to use … Continue reading

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Software Carpentry Boot Camp, setup

Setup instructions for the Software Carpentry Boot Camp at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution from 14-15 Nov. I’m really looking forward to this Boot Camp and setting up something similar at HBOI. I already have the Linux command terminal, a text … Continue reading

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