Moma’s script page

Moma’s notes.

1) Installation of Xgl in Ubuntu 6.04 (Dapper Drake) [20.mars.2006]

Follow this thread….

Additional information
Improved code…

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xgl http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compiz


2) Auto-setup of QEMU system emulator. You can run several OSes inside your Ubuntu box. [20.mars.2006]

This script is compatible with Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy) and Ubuntu 6.06 (Dapper Drake).

Study first
http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/download.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qemu

Then install QEMU emulator and accelerator by doing:

$ mkdir $HOME/tmp
$ cd $HOME/tmp

Get the script
$ rm inst_qemu.sh
$ wget http://www.futuredesktop.org/tmp/inst_qemu.sh

Run it
$ sudo sh inst_qemu.sh

The compilation phase may take a few minutes. Warnings are OK.

Please check that /etc/init.d/bootmisc.sh is edited correctly.
The end of /etc/init.d/bootmisc.sh must look like this. (the green lines are added by inst_qemu.sh script)

….
;;
esac

# Added by root(0), Tue Jul 25 14:06:24 UTC 2006 ——BEG
# Load kqemu accelerator module
/sbin/modprobe kqemu

# Create kqemu device
mknod /dev/kqemu c 250 0 2> /dev/null

# Make it accessible to all users
chmod 666 /dev/kqemu 2> /dev/null
# Added by root(0), Tue Jul 25 14:06:24 UTC 2006 ——END

: exit 0

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Check wheather the KQEMU accelerator module is loaded
$ lsmod | grep kqemu
kqemu 108356 2
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Test your QEMU by playing with the tiny Unix/Linux instance in your “$HOME/qemu/linux-test/” directory.
Run: “sh qemu.sh” to test it.

And study the qemu.sh and qemu-ifup scripts.

RTFM
http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/user-doc.html

You can download ready-made (qemu) images from
http://free.oszoo.org/download.html

Samples
I regularly run Ubuntu 5.10 and 6.06 in QEMU. This is how I installed them:

Create a large image file (eg. ubuntu_hd.img, 3GB). It will play the role of a harddrive.
$ qemu-img create ubuntu_hd.img 3000M

Download your favourite ISO-image. Here I choose Ubuntu 5.10 iso.
$ LINUX_ISO=”$HOME/tmp/ubuntu-5.10-install-i386.iso”

Start the installation
$ qemu -boot d -soundhw sb16,es1370 -cdrom $LINUX_ISO -hda ./ubuntu_hd.img -monitor stdio -m 128

Start the operating system after installation
$ qemu -soundhw sb16,es1370 -hda ubuntu_hd.img -boot c -m 128 -localtime

-m option sets the amount of memory assigned to the emulator instance. More is better.
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This sample shows how you emulate and run Knoppix liveCD. Any other LiveCD will do as well. Put in the CD and
$ qemu -cdrom /dev/cdrom -m 128

Or boot from /dev/cdrom and possibly install linux on a harddisk hda (in this exercise it is linux_hd.img).
$ qemu-img create linux_hd.img 3000M

$ qemu -boot d -cdrom /dev/cdrom -hda linux_hd.img -m 128

Note that your system may use other names for /dev/cdrom. For example /dev/hda or /dev/hdb.
One of these is propably a symbolic link to /dev/cdrom.
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Run Puppy-Linux… live cd in QEMU. Puppy is loaded in-memory, so it needs at least 256MB ram.

I created 2 images; floppy.img for a 1Meg floppy drive and puppy.img for a 3GB harddrive.
$ qemu-img create floppy.img 1M # just for fun.
$ qemu-img create puppy_hd.img 3000M # in case I wanna install Puppy on a HD.

$ LINUX_ISO=puppy-2.02-seamonkey.iso

$ qemu -boot d -soundhw sb16,es1370 -kernel-kqemu -cdrom $LINUX_ISO -fda floppy.img -hda puppy_hd.img -monitor stdio -m 256
Note: choose “Xvesa” in the screen wizard.

# sb16 and es1370 = emulated sound cards.
# Both sound and network worked very well. Had to activate eth0 nic in Puppy’s Setup.

Puppy barking in QEMU.

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In all cases, read the manual….

Adelante
$ man qemu
$ qemu -h

Other tips on QEMU here…

 


3) Kompilering av kjerne i Ubuntu 5.10 (self compiled Ubuntu kernel)

When kernel 2.6.15 was new and men were men.
Follow this link….


4) Install IVTV driver for Hauppauge 350 PVR TV-card

If you have a Hauppauge 250/350 PVR TV-card, study this: http://linux1.no/node/1591

A screenshot… and all involved files…

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