Andrew Uzilov Notes
Oh boy! Random misc loose hodge-podge:
Linux commands that are really awesome (but that I will probably forget since I rarely use them)
Get lots of awesome hardware info about your box:
lspci -vvv dmesg | grep -i <something>
Get useful stuff like the kernel version, instruction set architecture, etc.:
The flags field in /proc/cpuinfo can tell you a lot... assuming you can figure out how to interpret them.
For example, the lm flag seems to mean 64-bit on both Intel and AMD chips: http://lists.debian.org/debian-amd64/2006/01/msg00217.html
Syntax for checking Dart stuff out of Sourceforge CVS
cvs -d:ext:YOUR_SOURCEFORGE_LOGIN@dart.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/dart co PATH_OF_WHAT_YOU_WANT_TO_CHECK_OUT
where path can be a directory such as dart or dart/perl, or a single file. If it doesn't already exist, the directory tree is created to house the checkout, rooted in the dir where you are running the cvs command.
Ex.: checking out just the file Stockholm.pm:
cvs -d:ext:YOUR_SOURCEFORGE_LOGIN@dart.cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/dart co dart/perl/Stockholm.pm
File format specs
- Stockholm file format
- MAF format for input to RNAz
- GFF v2
- GFF v3
- Mercator orthology mapping file
Hmm... what is this nc command?
-- Created by: Andrew Uzilov on 25 May 2006