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Scratch

Android Linux Guides

Compiling / debugging / working with several software projects

  • Kompilieren / Installieren kleiner Tools: usrcompile
  • Kompilieren / Installieren der Bildverarbeitungs-Software: compile
  • Kompilieren / Installieren von wxWidgets unter Windows: compile-installer
  • Erstellen eigener trees mit den autotools autotools (Ich hasse autotools :-\ )
  • Einige Beobachtungen zu HDF5 chunking

Windows Stuff

  • win_setup: How I set up my Windows Vista x64 to work better
  • cygwin_setup: Cygwin installation and basic configuration Guide

Linux Power Management

Linux Sound with multiple output Devices

Shiny Desktop Effects: Compiz

Linux Network Interfaces

Funambol Installation

  • funambol: Scratch notes about funambol

Bluetooth Cellphone/Computer

  • bluetooth_cell: Scratch notes about connecting the cellphone to the computer via bluetooth

Diverses

Was tun bei Hardware-Updates?

  • Its a good idea to frequently check the following settings after system updates: linux_system_updates

Fun with VMWare

  • VMWare sollte für den Guest ein NAT bereitstellen. Eigentlich wäre ein bridged Network schöner, aber dazu bräuchte man eine IP mehr. Deshalb muss es halt ein NAT tun.

NAT-Einstellungen um Verbindungen vom Host and den VMWare-guest weiterzuleiten:

/etc/vmware/vmnet8/nat/nat.conf
8080=IP.of.the.vmwareguest:80

Und dann habe ich manchmal Probleme mit der VMWare…

export VMWARE_DEBUG="yes"
nano /usr/lib/vmware/net-services.sh
/usr/bin/vmware-config.pl
/etc/init.d/vmware restart

The solution was to install and configure firewall:

Linux Firewalls

SCHRoot

aptitude install scroot

nano /etc/default/schroot

# Mario Emmenlauer, 2009.1.12
#
# End sessions, do not recover them
#SESSIONS_RECOVER="recover"
SESSIONS_RECOVER="end"

Software-Lizenzen und Rechte:

Linux

Debian

DNS-Caching aufsetzen:

Eine gute Debian Paketliste (für einen kompletten install per debootstrap):

Ubuntu

Eine gute Ubuntu Paketliste (für einen kompletten install per debootstrap):

CentOS

How to install CentOS in a chroot (on a Debian-based Distro):

Gaim-Einstellungen unter Windows:

Um gaim 2.0 unter Windows das 'beepen' per PC-Speaker beizubringen, kann man in der Datei:

C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\.gaim

die Einstellung 'method' von 'automatic' auf 'beep' setzen:

  [...]
  <pref name='sound'>
    [...]
    <pref name='method' type='string' value='beep'/>
    [...]
  </pref>
  [...]

In Firefox, open a blank tab, and type

about:config

In the filter field, type

network.protocol-handler

This will show a list of protocols handled by Firefox. You may or may not see the ed2k protocol in the list. If it's there, it would look something like network.protocol-handler.external.ed2k. The protocol is probably not there, though, in which case you'll need to add it. First create a Boolean protocol, then a String protocol.

To create the configuration setting, right-click on any item in the list and select New > Boolean. In the preference name, type

network.protocol-handler.external.ed2k
true

and set the value to true. This tells Firefox to use an external program to handle the ed2k URL.

Next, create a new string item by right-clicking anywhere on the list and selecting New > String. In the preference name, type

network.protocol-handler.app.ed2k

and in the value field, type the path to the program you want to use for that protocol (e.g.

/scratch/winWine/firefox-emule.sh

Do not use the parenthesis or the punctuation mark following the closing parenthesis.

Finally, create the wrapper script that will log the call and actually start emule with the uri parameter:

#!/bin/bash

LOG="${0}.log"
echo "wine \"/scratch/wineWin/Program Files/eMule/emule.exe\" \"$1\"" >> $LOG 2>&1
wine "/scratch/wineWin/Program Files/eMule/emule.exe" "$1" >> $LOG 2>&1

Mount LVM volumes

To mount LVM2 volumes from a rescue system, the following steps might be required (based on Ubuntu Karmic Koala (9.10):

sudo fdisk -l
ls -la /dev/mapper/
sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude install lvm2
sudo lvm lvscan
sudo lvm vgchange -a y
ls -la /dev/mapper/
sudo mkdir /mnt/vg_local-lv_root
sudo mount /dev/mapper/vg_local-lv_root /mnt/vg_local-lv_root

File system check on Truecrypt devices

To check the filesystem on Truecrypt containers, you can use the following steps:

  • mount the filesystem(s) with Truecrypt, by mounting the containers
  • unmount the devices from the mount point, i.e. sudo umount /media/truecrypt*
  • check the devices individually, i.e. sudo fsck.ext3 /dev/mapper/truecrypt<NR>
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