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Latest revision as of 03:53, 10 December 2015

Update Notes

Note: this host is now known as aicip.eecs.utk.edu, updated on Aug 10, 2012

  • Aug 2012: updated to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

Hardware Spec

  • Build Time: End of 2006
  • Intel Core 2 Duo E6600, $316.99
  • Video Card, ATI Radeon 9200 PCI, 128 Memory, $47.00
  • Memory, OCZ OCZ2G8002GK 2GB Kit DDR2-800 PC2-6400 Gold Gamer eXtreme XTC, $243.90
  • Hard Disk, Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 ST3320620AS 320GB Serial ATA 7200RPM. Two unit, 2 x 104.99 = $209.98
  • DVD Drive: Liteon SHM-165H6S, $38.99
  • Asus P5B Motherboard Deluxe, $213.99.
  • Case, Antec P150, $101.28. File:P150 manual En.pdf Here is a pretty exhaustive review.
  • Logitec Keyboard and Mouse, $25.84


  • Total: $1197.97

Upgrade From Feisty (7.04) To Hardy (8.04 LTS)

Package Issues

  • the upgrade is in sequence, from 7.04 to 7.10, then to 8.10, and the process requires that you have ubuntu-desktop installed for it to find proper version information
  • shouldn't try to fix /dev/null permission issue by removing udev package, which prove to be a disaster.
  • when package dependency is broken, the best way to deal with it:
 dpkg --configure pkg_name
 dpkg --configure -a

the first command try to fix one particular package if that is the blocker for the rest; the second one tries to fix all packages.


LDAP

  • For some reason, the slapd is not automatically started. Manual start maybe required.
  • As of Hardy 8.04, both libnss-ldap and libpam-ldap use /etc/ldap.conf, so this file must be configured manually. However, the file is generated by:
 dpkg-reconfigure ldap-auth-config

For some reason, the debconf asks to use URI for specifying LDAP server address. However, the following input during the configuration process doesn't work: authentication of user always fail.

 uri ldapi:///127.0.0.1

So I manually went into /etc/ldap.conf, commented out above line, and use the old style:

 host 127.0.0.1

Then everything is fine.


NFS

  • server side, we need to make sure it is running
 /etc/init.d/nfs-kernel-server start
  • client side, we need to make sure the mounting point defined /etc/fstab are mounted
 sudo mount -a

Build