Changes between Version 82 and Version 83 of Procedures/EndUserDelivery


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Sep 14, 2009 12:03:38 PM (10 years ago)
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    123123You will need to have root permissions before you start ('sudo su' and then type in your password).
    124124
    125 To create a partition:[[BR]]
    126 
    127 Run dmesg to find device name. Listed at the bottom if just plugged in
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     127Run dmesg to find device name. Listed at the bottom if just plugged in.
    128128
    129129e.g
     130
     131{{{
    130132SELinux: initialized (dev sdb, type ext3), uses xattr
    131 
    132 Device path is then dev/sdb
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    134 Unmount the disk with umount dev/device_name, e.g. umount dev/sdb
    135 
    136 Run fdisk /dev/device name
     133}}}
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     136Device path is then /dev/sdb
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     139'''Create a partition:[[BR]]'''
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     141Unmount the disk with umount /dev/device_name, e.g. umount /dev/sdb, and plug back in again.
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     143Run fdisk /dev/device_name
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    138145enter 'p' to print partition table and check you have selected the correct disk[[BR]]
    139146enter 'd' to delete the current partition[[BR]]
    140147enter 'n' to create a new partition [[BR]]
    141 enter 'p' to make new partition the primary partition. If it asks you to give a partition number, press 1 then enter twice.[[BR]]
     148enter 'p' to make new partition the primary partition. If it asks you to give a partition number press 1 and enter. Then press enter twice.[[BR]]
    142149enter 'p' to print new partition table – if all seems fine enter 'w' to write
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    144 To format the disk:[[BR]]
    145 
    146 Ensure disk is unmounted again
     151'''Format the disk:[[BR]]'''
     152
     153Ensure disk is unmounted and plugged back in again.
    147154
    148155To be on the safe side, run dmesg again to make sure device name hasn't changed. You should now see the partition listed as device_name1, e.g. sdb1
     
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    153 Change permissions:[[BR]]
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    155 Unplug the disk again and plug back in.
    156 
    157 Make writable for everyone chmod a+rwx /media/disk
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    160 [[BR]]
     160'''Change permissions:[[BR]]'''
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     162Unplug the disk again and plug back in. The disk space will be located under /media/disk.
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     164Make writable for everyone using chmod a+rwx /media/disk
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    161168[[BR]]
    162169=== Copy over your data onto the disk ===
    163170
    164 Top directory should be the one with the project code (from within the delivery directory)
     171Top directory should be the one with the project code (from within the delivery directory).
    165172Copy the data to /media/disk.
    166173
    167 e.g. cp /users/rsg/arsf/arsf_data/2008/flight_data/vocals/VOC_10-2008_314_Chile/delivery/20090827/VOC10  /media/disk
     174e.g. cp /users/rsg/workspace/GB08_08-2009_180b_Wytham_woods/delivery/20090827/GB08-08  /media/disk
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