Monat: Oktober 2012

Debian Ubuntu: CEWE Fotobuch installieren unter 64bit Linux

Problem: Cewe Fotobuch Software wurde für 32bit Linux geschrieben lässt sich daher nach der Installation wegen fehlender Libraries nicht starten. Lösung: Download der Software von http://www.cewe-fotobuch.de/download/ Konsole öffnen (ähnlich Windows Dos Fenster – keine Mausgesteuerte Installation) die Datei Namens setup_Mein_CEWE_Fotobuch.tgz nach /tmp kopieren entpacken des Archives (.tgz) starten des Perlscripts nachträgliche Installation der 32bit Framedateien (Libraries) Copy&Paste: sudo cp setup_Mein_CEWE_Fotobuch.tgz /tmp sudo tar -xvzf setup_Mein_CEWE_Fotobuch.tgz sudo ./install.pl sudo apt-get install ia32-libs-gtk sudo apt-get install ia32-libs lib32gomp1 Unter Suse Linux 64bit sollte das gleiche Problem bestehen, hier mit Yast die 32bit Libraries suchen und installieren. ..und klappt..  

Debian Linux Wheezy: Partitioning 3TB Hard Drives with GPT Table (fdisk show 2TB max.)

Problem: On Debian Linux the brand new 3TB SATA Drives only seen as 2TB Drives by fdisk Background: GPT Partition Table must be used as new technology Solution: install „gdisk“ the GPT Tool for big Drives with #sudo aptitude install gdisk clean the new Drives first Table Headers with #sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdb count=1 bs=512 run now #sudo sgdisk /dev/sdb Command is „sgdisk“ not „gdisk“ = its Paket Name same on other Linux/BSD Systems on Windows use Paragon Tools

Hardware Bugs: Seagate ST3000DM001 9YN166 3TB Drives Click Noise

Problem: My brand new Seagate Drives running as Raid1 with two Seagate ST3000DM001-9YN166 on Debian clicks sometimes. Background: Noise is made by parking heads and spin control by the firmware, often seen on Home NAS (Update 2017: The Firmware of this Generation is buggy, Fault rate 70% after 2 Years) Solution: go to Manufacter Site and download the firmware update iso burn it to CD reboot the PC on this CD, using Freedos and the Update tool update the firmware and reboot to Linux again edit with sudo vi /etc/rc.conf /sbin/hdparm -W 0 /dev/sda #Systemdrive disable Cache against Powerloss! /sbin/hdparm […]