I have today installed the Cytomine version 3 from cytomine.org Here I will explain in detail the different steps needed to install the software. Firstly I installed a Linux Ubuntu 18.04LTS with 16VCPU’s and 64GB memory in the Norwegian UH OpenStack nrec.no cloud. Then I installed the Docker-CE with following bash commands: The docker service

We have a collaborating project between Norway, Moldova, Armenia and Belarus in Oral Pathology. In order to view slides online we installed a software called Cytomine. This software, or multiple combined software/applications, is developed in Belgium by a cooperating team. All about Cytomine can be read here: https://cytomine.coop/ This is an open source software. It is

I had 70 different domain names that I need to add in a ssl cnf file for creating a certificate request. The 70 different domain names was in a text file, one per line: domainname1.something.com domainname2.somehing.com … In order to create the alternative names list, I used this bash oneliner: teller=1; for i in `cat

We wanted to run a script every last Friday of the month. The script was set to remind people about certain issues. Friday is a nice day to be reminded of things, right? Anyway, by putting this in the /etc/crontab file, one can achieve the request: 59 11 * * 5 username [ $(date +”\%m”)

Sometime yum update just breaks everything. We experienced this, and had to go backup to previous versions. In RHEL6 and RHEL7 you can run this command: yum history list all which will give you a list of transactions ID’s. Now you just need to figure out how far you want to go back in the

You can use the bash command “curl” to read your imap emails like this: curl –url "imaps://imapserver.somewhere.net" –user "username:password" Note: your password will be visible on the command line, so don’t use this on a public server. So it is actually better to create a file, for instance called secret, then write your password in