Example of executing the Command on Eos
$ Display2 -i MicroscopeImage.roi
$ Display2 -h
The following is example of help at Display2.
Usage: /home/people/keita1023/Eos/bin/X86LINUX64/Display2 Options: [-i[nput] In (NULL )] :Optional :InputDataFile [-t[epmlate] Template (85.roi )] :Optional :Template for InputFile [-H[ighForThres] ThresHigh (0.0 )] :Optional :Template for InputFile [-L[owForThres] ThresLow (0.0 )] :Optional :Template for InputFile [-Zoom Zoom (1.0 )] :Optional :Zoom for InputFile [-Inverse ] :Optional :Inverse (HighValue(dark)<->LowValue(bright)) for InputFile [-o[utput] Out (.EosLog )] :Optional :OutputLogFile [-display geometry (:0.0 )] :Optional :OutputLogFile [-geometry display (1024x1024+0+0)] :Optional :OutputLogFile [-c[onfig] configFile (NULL )] :Optional :ConfigurationFile [-m[ode] mode (0 )] :Optional :Mode New wish commands of Display2 mrcInfoSet [z|min|max] value mrcInfoSet [log|pow] mrcInfoGet [Nx|Ny|Nz|Max|Min|Mean|Hist]
Commands in PIONE
Most of the commands in PIONE are for either the administrator of PIONE Webclient or the experts who write the program packages or the PIONE protocols. The usual users do not need the PIONE commands, as they only have to use the PIONE protocols or packages (both of which are prepared beforehand in the PIONE system) through GUI on the Web page.
For summary of the commands, see either overview of the PIONE commands or overview from functions of the PIONE commands.
Commands on Linux
Ubuntu (Linux such as Windows) has become widespread rapidly in recent years, but Linux is difficult OS for the people who is not familiar with the CUI to approach still. There are minimum necessary commands for Eos in the following, but it is also recommended that you refer to the specialized books and sites.
It is command that displays files or directories in current directory.
$ ls aaa.txt bbb.txt
It is command that checks place of current directory.
$ pwd /net/pc100/***/***/home
It is command that returns to home directory, or moves to another directory.
$ pwd /net/pc100/***/***/home $ cd ./aaa pwd /net/pc100/***/***/home/aaa $ cd /net/pc100/***/***/home
It is command that copies a file to another directory.
$ cp before.txt ./aaa/after.txt
It is command that moves a file at another directory.
$ mv before.txt ./aaa/after.txt
It can also rename filename or directory name.
$ ls before.txt $ mv before.txt after.txt $ ls after.txt