Notes pour installation personnelle

Index des configurations

Machine Designation OS/Firmware actuel OS/Firmware précédents Topic
draco-ultrabook - SSH
HP ENVY Sleekbook 6-1260sf
Xubuntu 16.04
Windows 8.1
Xubuntu 13.10/14.04
Linux Mint 13 Cinamon/MATE
UEFI, Intel SmartBoot (SSD cache), A2DP, pulseaudio
PC tour gaming
draco-desktop SSH Telnet
Intel Core i5 720 / 16 Go DDR3 / nVidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti / 1 SSD + 5 HDD (mini) Xubuntu 14.04
Windows 7
TODO Windows 10
Ubuntu 7.10-12.04 Dolphin-emu, NFS
Multi-fonction laser
draco-printer Web
Brother MFC9330-CDW Linux ?
Media center
draco-xtreamer telnet
Xtreamer Prodigy Sliver
double tuner TNT HD
V4.2.7 (Linux bridé/custom)
Android 2.3 embarqué
Ver 3.0.x, Ver 3.5 RC
Ver 4.0, Ver 4.1
Ver 4.2, Ver 4.2.x
NFS, android
nasbox82fr SSH telnet Web
Synology DS409+ DSM 4.2 (linux custo spk) + ipkg DSM 3.x
DSM 4.0, 4.1
NFS, SATA link error (SMART)
192.168.10.xx SSH ?
Dell Vostro V131 Xubuntu 15.10
Windows 7
Single Board
draco-htpc SSH
Raspberry Pi 3 Recalbox RetroPie, Raspbian/LibreElec Kodi, NOOBS
bbox.lan telnet ?
BBox Sagem F@st 3504b (la merde qui rame dès 2 connexions Ethernet) linux ? N/A Wifi G/N, perte synchro ADSL, débit faible, etc

Astuces & problèmes





  • Accès disque après hibernation

Voir bug LP #607560 : jbd2 writing block every 5 - 10 seconds, preventing disk spin-down and making noise

jbd2 doesn't respect the commit interval for everyone most likely because pm-utils remount partitions with changed commit value.
JOURNAL_COMMIT_TIME_AC=${JOURNAL_COMMIT_TIME_AC:-0}             #will remount partition on AC power with commit=0.
  • Dump HDD activity :
#"leafpad" is a lightweight text editor, should be in ubuntu by default but not sure.
sudo -i                                         #go into root shell
leafpad /etc/rsyslog.conf               #comment line starting with "$ModLoad imklog". This will prevent receiving kernel messages by syslog and thus lessen disk activity.
restart rsyslog                         #restart syslog
mkdir /tmp/mytemp                       #create temporary directory
mount -t tmpfs -o size=100000000 none /tmp/mytemp       #create temporary FS in RAM, roughly 100MB in size.
dmesg -c                                        #empty kernel messages buffer (contains lots of data from boot time)
echo 1 > /proc/sys/vm/block_dump                                #enable hdd activity dumping.
watch "dmesg -c >> /tmp/mytemp/trace_01.txt"    #this dumps hdd trace into trace_01.txt every 2secs. Wait some time... Do something...
echo 0 > /proc/sys/vm/block_dump                                #disable hdd activity dumping
umount /tmp/mytemp              #unmount temporary directory. DON'T FORGET TO COPY TRACE RESULTS!
leafpad /etc/rsyslog.conf       #uncomment "#$ModLoad imklog"
restart rsyslog                         #after restart, hdd activity dump will be in syslog. Basically you can skip creating temporary directory if you don't plan to trace your hdd for too long.
exit                                                   #exit from root shell
  • Fix 1




Intel Core i3/i5/i7



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