Verified Commit 55ce1b65 authored by Laurent Heirendt's avatar Laurent Heirendt
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# Git clients
Installation instructions are provided [here](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?contribute:install-git).
Installation instructions are provided [here]({{ '/?contribute:install-git' | relative_url }}).
## GUI clients
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# Installation of Git
Several git clients are presented [here](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?contribute:git-clients).
Several git clients are presented [here]({{ '/?contribute:git-clients' | relative_url }}).
For most of the git clients, `git` is actually required to be installed on the system. You can find installers for Windows, MacOS and Linux on the [Git webpage](https://git-scm.com/downloads).
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```bash
ssh git@gitlab.lcsb.uni.lu -p8022
```
Then, press Enter and type `yes`. This will add the git-r3lab server to the known hosts on your system.
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Then, press Enter and type `yes`. This will add the git-gitlab server to the known hosts on your system.
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## Installing Owncloud Desktop Client
**Important:** OwnCloud is fetching information from LUMS, therefore changes like a password reset (see How-to cards [Changing password for LUMS accounts](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?lums-passwords)) should be performed **only** via LUMS!
**Important:** OwnCloud is fetching information from LUMS, therefore changes like a password reset (see How-to cards [Changing password for LUMS accounts]({{ '/?lums-passwords' | relative_url }}) should be performed **only** via LUMS!
1. Please try following link to download the owncloud desktop client depending on your operating system (this is an example for Windows, similar steps for other OS) -
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In case you need to work remotely, there are several tools and services that you can use to
stay connected and continue your work.
An important reference is the [list of important links](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?general:links).
An important reference is the [list of important links]({{ '/?general:links' | relative_url }}).
<p style="color:grey"><b>Note:</b> If the link does not work, please refer to the section <b>Connecting to the university network</b> since you are most probably not connected to the university internal network.</p>
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## Connecting to the university network
If you want to access the university infrastructure, such as the servers or storage, you can do so by connecting
via [Virtual Private Network (VPN)](http://vpn.uni.lu). All details are given [here](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?access:vpn-cerbere-access).
via [Virtual Private Network (VPN)](http://vpn.uni.lu). All details are given [here]({{ '/?access:vpn-cerbere-access' | relative_url }}).
## Instant messaging
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When on-the-go or working remotely, the [LCSB ownCloud](https://owncloud.lcsb.uni.lu) is the best way to share and work collaboratively on files.
More details on how to set up ownCloud are provided [here](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?exchange-channels:owncloud). You can share your files and folders
directly with your collaborators by following [these instructions](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?exchange-channels:owncloud:share-files).
More details on how to set up ownCloud are provided [here]({{ '/?exchange-channels:owncloud' | relative_url }}). You can share your files and folders
directly with your collaborators by following [these instructions]({{ '/?exchange-channels:owncloud:share-files' | relative_url }}).
## Development of code
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* human readable
* plays well with default ordering
If you are looking for information on how to organize and structure your folders, you may find this [dedicated card](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?integrity:organization) helpful.
If you are looking for information on how to organize and structure your folders, you may find this [dedicated card]({{ '/?integrity:organization' | relative_url }}) helpful.
## Machine readable
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A key rule is to name the folders with straightforward but explicit names, and to include the decision tree of where to put a given file inside the folder structure. In fact, the directory tree should in some sense
reflect the decision tree.
More details on naming files and folders are provided in the dedicated [file naming card](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?integrity:naming).
More details on naming files and folders are provided in the dedicated [file naming card]({{ '/?integrity:naming' | relative_url }}).
## Suggestions
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### Table
- Keep header column names machine readable. You can follow the same best practices as for file naming (see our [Card on file naming](https://howto.lcsb.uni.lu/?integrity:naming)).
- Keep header column names machine readable. You can follow the same best practices as for file naming (see our [Card on file naming]({{ '/?integrity:naming' | relative_url }})).
- Keep values in columns atomic.
- Use primary keys - values in one particular column should be unique for the whole table. This will allow you to create unique references pointing to one and only one observation/record.
- Do not insert empty rows or columns which would split the table in two.
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