Changes between Version 39 and Version 40 of BIOS_RSC


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Mar 17, 2021 3:09:36 AM (4 weeks ago)
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    4949* You can also install your own libraries in the running workspace. It is best to install them in the workspace OS itself (e.g., directly under your own home directory). This storage of workspace itself is not persistent, so please store your installation scripts so that you can reinstall them again when you start a new workspace next time.
    5050* All data/scripts stored in your researchdrive folder are persistent (although no backup support), so they are kept even if you delete your workspace.
     51* More user documents about the BBMRIomics package can be found at https://bbmri-nl.github.io/BBMRIomics/usage.html
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    52 = Step 7: Optional ssh access =
     53= (optional) Step 7: ssh access =
    5354For more advanced users who would like to access the terminal of a workspace. You can "ssh <user_name>@<IP>" to the workspace where <user_name> is the same as defined in your authenticator app and the <IP> address is shown in the "Workspace Details". You can "sudo su" to become a sudoer on the workspace in order to install necessary programs. But be aware that this workspace is not persistent and all programs you installed will be gone when this workspace is deleted. So it is best to save your shell installation script/Ansible playbook/bioconda environment file in a persistent location (such as RD) so that it is easy to reinstall all necessary dependencies for future uses.
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    55 * More user documents about the BBMRIomics package can be found at https://bbmri-nl.github.io/BBMRIomics/usage.html
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    5756= [wiki:BIOS_RSC_guide Detailed user guide to create a BBMRIomics workspace with screenshots ] =