SheevaPlug recovery, preparation and wview install

Format and setup the SD card:
dd if=Kingston-4G-NewIT-v1.0-debian-squeeze.img of=/dev/sdg bs=1024k

See if it's OK (fdisk -l /dev/sdg)

Now try to boot the plug.

ssh into it

Edit /etc/hostname to change the host name.
Edit /etc/hosts to change which host name is localhost.
Check that /etc/network/interfaces is correct (eth0 gets its address via DHCP)
Change the password by running passwd

Set the date!

$ sudo apt-get update

dd-wrt fix for NAT loopback

Go to Administration > Commands
Put the following code in the Commands window:

insmod ipt_mark
insmod xt_mark
iptables -t mangle -A PREROUTING -i ! `get_wanface` -d `nvram get wan_ipaddr` -j MARK --set-mark 0xd001
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -m mark --mark 0xd001 -j MASQUERADE

Click [Save Firewall]

Blue Diamonds potential songs

Here are some ideas for songs to add to our repertoire:

  • Aerosmith, Dulcimer Stomp (The Other Side)
  • U2, Angel of Harlem (fits after Cantaloupe Island)
  • **Tower of Power's version of "Since You've Been Gone" (that was also done by Aretha Franklin
  • Glenn Frey, The Heat is On
  • Huey Lewis and the News: It's All Right
  • *Percy Sledge version of "Spooky"
  • Unchain my Heart, done by Ray Charles and Joe Cocker
  • Feelin' All Right, Joe Cocker
  • Mr. Big Stuff, Jean Knight
  • Let's Stay Together, Al Green (nice ballad)
  • MAC addresses

    ? 10:00:41:20:00:32
    ranchero 40:61:86:e9:81:d6
    fairlane 00:16:E6:D6:84:86
    jetfire 04:4B:80:80:80:03
    wview 00:50:43:01:C7:D3
    ionian 00:10:C6:80:5D:26
    valiant 00:18:E7:17:DC:F0
    Hornet 00:1A:92:7C:0C:1C
    dorian 00:0D:4B:05:02:36
    tempest 48:5B:39:02:5D:F9
    spyder 00:24:23:18:13:BD

    zoneminder email variables
    %EI% Id of the event
    %EN% Name of the event
    %EC% Cause of the event
    %ED% Event description
    %ET% Time of the event
    %EL% Length of the event
    %EF% Number of frames in the event
    %EFA% Number of alarm frames in the event
    %EST% Total score of the event
    %ESA% Average score of the event
    %ESM% Maximum score of the event
    %EP% Path to the event
    %EPS% Path to the event stream
    %EPI% Path to the event images

    Janice's computer crashes

    The first crash was DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL which resulted in a STOP 0x000000D1. The
    error was in VIDEOPRT.SYS. Search turns up nothing specific, but an upgrade of video drivers may be the answer.
    The second crash was a STOP 0x0000008E in WIN32K.SYS. Search turns up this:
    The third crash is DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL which resulted in a STOP 0x0000000A
    The fourth crash is again DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL which resulted in a STOP 0x000000D1 VIDEOPRT.SYS.
    Another STOP 0x0000008E!!!

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