Results for "Linux"


  • Linux SSH Client Commands for Bioinformatics

    Here come on let play with the following basic command line usage of the ssh client.1. Check your SSH Client Version:Checking for your SSH client is very sare, but sometimes it may be necessary to identify the SSH client that you are currently running and it’s corresponding version number. ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Linux, SSH, Example

    1411 days ago

  • Syntax for Secure Copy (scp)

    In our day to day research activity, we need to securely copy our data from several to local computer and visa-versa. I am jotting down some of the commonly used SCP command for your future help. Hope you all will like it What is Secure Copy?scp allows files to be copied to, from, or between d...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Linux, SCP, Example

    1407 days ago

  • Keep Your Important SSH Session Running when You Disconnect from Server !!!

    As a Bioinformatician/ Computational biologist we swim in the ocean of genomic/proteomics data, and play with them with an ease. In our day to day simulation, analysis, comparative study we do need to run exhaustive programs, which might take more than a week. In such cases we do need to disconne...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Linux, SSH, Session, Disconnect, Running, Screen, Example

    1409 days ago

  • Check the Size of a directory & Free disk space.

    The amount of databases we bioinformatician deal are just HUGE … In such cases, we always need to check our server for free spaces etc. I planned this article to explains 2 simple commands that most bioinformatician want to know when they start using Linux / BioLinux. First: Size of a dire...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Linux, du, df, Size, File, Usage, Space, Check, Linux

    1408 days ago

  • Find certain files/documents in Linux OS

    As bioinformatician I know the fact that we usually handle the large dataset and lost in the huge numbers of files and folders. In order to search the missing file a strong search command is required. The Linux Find Command is one of the most important and much used command in Linux sytems. Find ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Linux, Find, Search, Look, Example

    1387 days ago

  • Linux onliner for bioinformatician #Linux #Onliner

    Tags: Linux, Onliner

    1369 days ago

  • Linux for bioinformatics #Linux #Bioinformatics #Commands

    Tags: Linux, Bioinformatics, Commands

    1369 days ago

  • Check Linux server configuration !!

    Bioinformatician uses servers for computational analysis. Sometime we need to check the server details before running our programs or tools. Here I am showing some basic commands using them you can gather the system/server information.To check what version of Operating System is installed on the ...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Linux, Server, Configuration, Example

    1358 days ago

  • Monitor running jobs on Linux server

    You as a bioinformatican run lots of program on your servers. Sometime the shared server is also used by your colleague. If server is busy you sometime need to check the running programs and want to monitor the running programs as well. The "top" command will come in handy when you need to find o...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Linux, Command, Top, Running, Processes, Server, Monitor

    1326 days ago

  • Linux Sort Commands for Bioinformatics

    Almost all the scripting languages such as Perl, Python etc have built-in sort, but unfortunately none of them are as flexible as sort command. But one when it come to space efficiency GNU sort stands at the top. It can sort a 20Gb file with less than 2Gb memory. It is not trivial to implement so...

    Tags: Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, Linux, Sort, Example

    1332 days ago