Posts with the category Other Linux
You can create a RAID1 spanning an SSDs and HDDs with Linux software raid. This makes sense to profit from the advantages of both technologies as much as possible. Use the
--write-mostly for mdadm for HDDs to specify that they should be avoided for reads.
From the mdadm man page:
We use the modules 8752 and 8753.
List of commands
||Read/Display Analog Input||61|
||Load Default Parameters||62|
||Display Diagnostics Byte from Device||62|
||Query State of Digital Inputs||89|
||Lock Out Other Input Devices||63|
||Set/Display Device-to-Joystick Mappings||64|
||Set Digital Output||65|
||Unlock Other Input Devices||66|
||Query Firmware Version||66|
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This is largely based on http://unquietwiki.com/tinc_quagga_ipv6.html.
Enabling Quagga and Its Daemons
The installation of Quagga and ospf6d is different on Debian/Ubuntu and on OpenWrt systems. The configuration files can be the same (in structure).
/etc/quagga/daemons (Debian/Ubuntu systems)
zebra=yes bgpd=no ospfd=no ospf6d=yes ripd=no ripngd=no isisd=no
Configuration of OSPF6d
password PASSWORD !! adapter setup : <span...
The Huawei E352s-5 is being marketed as web'n'walk Stick Fusion III by German Telekom. This blog post describes how to use it on Linux systems with the distributions Ubuntu and OpenWrt.
The Features First
- Supported Modem Standards: HSPA+, HSUPA, HSDPA, UMTS, EDGE, GPRS
- Highest speeds with HSPA+: up to 21 MBit/s download and...
This is my collection of links on the subject:
- On Wikipedia: Telekom Entertain
- 2009-06-15: openwrt statt speedport
- 2012-03-24: Entertain mit openWRT / VLAN7/VLAN8 / Speedport-Alternative (backup on pastebin)
- 2012-04-14: changes to make the Buffalo WZR-HP-AG300H support Telekom T-Entertain
- Getting IPTV to work:
iperf can help you test the bandwidth of your network setup via a TCP connection:
# On one computer: iperf -s -w 2M -i 1 -p 2222 # On the other computer: iperf -c the.one.computer.local -w 2M -i 1 -p 2222
Or test via UDP (be careful,...
This is a really compact and cheap router to take with you to hotels etc. to secure your internet access via VPN or redistribute a network.
I put some photos I made of...
The following collection of commands shows how to migrate your partition formatted with ext3 to an ext4 filesystem. The safest way is to do this when the partition is unmounted. However, if the partition to convert is where the root filesystem of your Linux distro is stored and you don't...
What Linux 3.3 will bring:
- A new Ethernet teaming driver - a userspace-driven alternative to the existing bonding driver
- Integration of Open vSwitch
- Faster resizing of ext4 partitions
- Better HDMI audio support for Radion and AMD graphics cards
- "Hot Replace" for software RAID (see 1 and 2)
- ... much more
With FUSE - The Filesystem in Userspace you can mount all different kinds of remote / local filesystems on you Linux/Unix/Mac computer. Here are some implementations of interesting FUSE filesystems:
- SSHFS https://blog.philippklaus.de/2011/07/sshfs-on-mac-os-x-10-6-8-with-fuse4x/ works great!
- Encrypted Filesystem https://blog.philippklaus.de/2011/12/transparently-encrypt-folders-with-encfs/ works well!
- PicasaFUSE https://github.com/jonathanverner/picasafuse
- FuseFTP in Perl https://github.com/marcust/fuseftp
- ZFS-FUSE http://zfs-fuse.net/
- FlickrMS https://github.com/patrickjennings/FlickrMS
- Official site and source code: http://hjemli.net/git/cgit/
- Instructions for Fedora linux: http://www.fedorawiki.de/index.php/Cgit
- Quick and easy howto for Ubuntu: http://www.codeography.com/2009/05/30/setting-up-cgit-under-ubuntu.html
Mobile IP / Mobile IPv6 / mip6d seems to be quite dead at the moment:
- Have a look at the dates of the drafts of the IPv6 Mobility working group: http://tools.ietf.org/wg/mip6/index.pyht?sort=3&reverse=1.
- As Martin F. Krafft says in th section Mapping names to laptops of its IPv6 with Debian blog post,...
I wanted to have a closer look into Arch Linux and so I downloaded the x86-64 netinstall image from http://www.archlinux.org/download/. I created a virtual machine and started by using the .iso image as boot device. The installation was pretty smoth, no surprises for a Linux user.
Excellent Beginners Guide: <a...
Using the bash builtin command
You can just use the following terminal command to start the stopwatch:
time read -sn1
and press [Enter] when you want to take the time. As the output of the
time command is a bit verbose, you may want the time command to only print...