Category: Debian

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

Linux FreeBSD: Protect your Disc Data against power loss

Problem: If you use IDE or SATA Disc Drives inside your Workstation or Server without a additional uninterruppted power supply after a power loss your Disc Drives can lose data, do not boot clean up agian or damage the drive headers and sectors. Background: SATA or IDE Drives uses “Disc Cached Controllers”, the count of this disc cache reach from 8 to 64 megabytes. In case of data write to disc, the disc controllers do cache some data who are often used. A Raid 1 Disc Mirror is affected too by this problem. SCSI od SAS are not using Cache […]

FreeBSD Linux: Remove Clear GPT Partition Table from drives

Problem: FreeBSD 9 use GPT Partitionlabel by default to remove with Linux do: fdisk message: WARNING: GTP (GUID Partition Table) detected on '/dev/sdX' The util fdisk isn't support GPT. do on console: sudo parted /dev/sdX mklabel msdos (Enter Yes!) quit now use Linux fdisk to recreate a new partion Table

Gnome 3 Bug: gnome-terminal disabled F10 open context menu

Problem: If you use Debian or Ubuntu with Gnome 3 Desktop or Gnome Classic 3 Desktop and you want disable F10 for the use of Midnight Commander the Context Menu of the mouse opens automaticly. Solution: run as User # mkdir ~/.config/gtk-3.0/ then #nano gtk.css insert @binding-set NoKeyboardNavigation { unbind "<shift>F10" } * { gtk-key-bindings: NoKeyboardNavigation } </shift> relogin as User, for systemwide config copy “/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css” into /etc/skel folder