Intellon int51x1 PLC usb net driver for devolo dlan duo 
Here is how i made the patch for inclusion:

git config --global user.name "Peter Holik"
git config --global user.email "peter AT holik.at"


check kernel out with git

git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux-2.6.git

first i had to export usbnet_get_ethernet_addr from usbnet.c
and to fix cdc_ether.c

git commit -am "export get_ethernet_addr from cdc.ether.c in usbnet"

then copy my new driver int51x1.c to /usr/src/linux-2.6/drivers/net/usb/ and modify /usr/src/linux-2.6/drivers/net/usb/Kconfig and /usr/src/linux-2.6/drivers/net/usb/Makefile

git add /usr/src/linux-2.6/drivers/net/usb/int51x1.c

git commit -am "usb driver for intellon int51x1 based PLC like devolo dlan duo"

git format-patch -s origin/master

Then mail the created file to linux kernel mailinglist:

cat 0001-export-usbnet_get_ethernet_addr-from-usbnet-and-fixe.patch | \
mail linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org

cat 0002-usb-driver-for-intellon-int51x1-based-PLC-like-devol.patch | \
mail linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org


Many thanks to the guys at linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org for suggestions and improvements.

Undo last commit with git reset --soft HEAD^

My driver will be part of linux kernel 2.6.31

git quick reference

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Show installed packages sorted by disc usage 
dpkg-query --show --showformat='${Installed-Size}\t${Package}\t${Status}\n' | grep -v deinstall | sort -nr | less

adapted from Martins Blog

Clear dpkg status file

dpkg-Status sorted:
grep Status /var/lib/dpkg/status|sort|uniq -c

purge rc packages:
dpkg -P $(dpkg -l \*|grep ^rc|awk '{print $2}')

purge for other status:
grep -B 2 'deinstall ok config-files' /var/lib/dpkg/status|sed /^$/d |grep Package|awk '{print $2}'

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apt-get on many hosts with clusterssh 
Clusterssh opens for each connection a xterm and sends a keystroke to each window.

You can also work in only one xterm.

#> apt-get install clusterssh

I use approxd for caching .deb's using port 9999. This port is not reachable by all my hosts,
therefore i use remote port forwarding from ssh.

I can type

#> cssh -o "-R9999:approxy:9999" host1 host2 host3

or create a default config

#> cssh -u > $HOME/.csshrc

You can define different clusters aliases. Each alias consists of some hosts:
clusters = apt mon
apt = host1 host2 host3
ssh_args= -x -o ConnectTimeout=10 -R9999:approxy:9999
now i only type

#> cssh apt


a small patch makes "retile windows" working for me:

--- ClusterSSH.pm.orig 2010-09-27 13:23:02.561375883 +0200
+++ /usr/share/perl5/App/ClusterSSH.pm 2010-09-27 13:09:27.011375882 +0200
@@ -1319,7 +1319,7 @@
logmsg( 3,
"x:$current_x y:$current_y, r:$current_row c:$current_col" );

- $xdisplay->req( 'UnmapWindow', $servers{$server}{wid} );
+# $xdisplay->req( 'UnmapWindow', $servers{$server}{wid} );

if ( $config{unmap_on_redraw} =~ /yes/i ) {
$xdisplay->req( 'UnmapWindow', $servers{$server}{wid} );



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ubuntu 8.10 (intrepid ibex) troubles with an old Acer Travelmate 630 
I could not run the ubuntu live installcd and also the alternate hang sometimes. After a successful install X freezes. I tried to boot with various boot options. Only with acpi=off my system seams to working but with fan running and no battery info. An older knoppix was running, so i decided to install older ubuntu kernels and saw my system running with a gutsy kernel (2.6.22) but not with a hardy kernel (2.6.24).

What changed inside the kernel?

After searching a lot i found pci=nommconf.

It seams that something in the way pci is configured has changed.

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script to rescue/backup a raid1 system and restore from a cd with initramfs 
Searching for a rescue system that creates a bootable CD to restore my system i found mkcdrec. Because sometimes things (mkcdrec/debian/ubuntu) changes and i had to test and patch for new mkcdrec versions, so i droped it.

Then i started to make a live CD with debian-live and make my install script by myself. I also dropped it (long boottime and had too much to hack to let it work like i wanted).

Now i had the idea to build my own script that tar's my system and builds a bootable cd. I liked the idea of initramfs to extend it like i will and it boots much faster. The only drawback is that all things are hardcoded and have to be changed for every system i backup. But its only a single script: Read More...

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