Può capitare che l'equazioni o le formule inserite in Word non vengano stampate, neanche se create un file in PDF
La soluzione è un workaround Microsoft
E' necessario avere il cd d'installazione di windows xp o che sia presente la cartella i386
Add-MailboxPermission -Identity "Nome Casella da Esportare" -User "domain\Administrator" -AccessRights FullAccess
sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://drbl.sourceforge.net/drbl-core drbl stable
sudo apt-key add GPG-KEY-DRBLA questo punto è necessario configurare la scheda di rete in modo che abbia un'interfaccia "privata"
#Loopback auto lo iface lo inet loopback #Network Interface, this should match your network auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.1.200 netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.1.1 #Virtual Interface for Conezilla, make sure you use a "class C" IP (192.168.x.x) auto eth0:0 iface eth0:0 inet static address 192.168.99.200 netmask 255.255.255.0Ora si procede con l'installazione di DRBL
sudo apt-get install drbl
sudo /opt/drbl/sbin/drblsrv -i
|Do you want to install the network installation boot images so that you can let the client computer install some GNU/Linux distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, RedHat Linux, Fedora Core, Mandriva, CentOS and OpenSuSE…) via a network connection? !!NOTE!! This will download a lot of files (Typically > 100 MB) so it might take a few minutes. If the client computer has a hard drive that you may install GNU/Linux onto, put a Y here. If you answer “no” here, you can run “drbl-netinstall” to install them later.|
|Do you want to use the serial console output on the client computer(s)?|
If you do NOT know what to pick, say “N” here, otherwise the client computer(s) may show NOTHING on the screen!
|Which CPU architecture kernel do you want to assign for the DRBL client computer(s)?|
0 -> i386 CPU architecture
1 -> i586 CPU architecture
2 -> Use the same architecture as this DRBL server
Note! Note Note! Note! Note! Note! Note!
NOTE!!! If the client computer(s) is not the same architecture as this server, please pick “0″ or “1″, otherwise your client computer(s) will NOT be able to boot.
If you use wrong architecture type kernel, the glibc and openssl package might use i686 or i386 while the kernel might use i686, i586, or i386, which might be not suitable for all your computer(s).
|Do you want to upgrade the operating system?|
sudo /opt/drbl/sbin/drblpush -i
|Please enter DNS domain (such as drbl.sf.net):|
|Please enter NIS/YP domain name:|
|Please enter the client hostname prefix:|
This prefix is used to automatically create hostname for clients. If you want to overwrite some or all automatically created hostnames, press Ctrl-C to quit this program now, edit /opt/drbl/conf/client-ip-hostname, then run this program again.
|eth0: IP address 192.168.1.200, netmask 255.255.255.0|
eth0:0: IP address 192.168.99.200, netmask 255.255.255.0
Configured ethernet card(s) found in your system: eth0 eth0:0
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The public IP address of this server is NOT found.
Which ethernet port in this server is for public Internet accsess, not for DRBL connection?
Available ethernet ports in this server:
eth0 (192.168.1.200), eth0:0 (192.168.99.200),
|(…summary…) Now we can collect the MAC address of clients!|
Do you want to collect them?
|Do you want to let the DHCP service in DRBL server offer same IP address to the client every time when client boots (If you want this function, you have to collect the MAC addresses of clients, and save them in file(s) (as in the previous procedure)). This is for the clients connected to DRBL server’s ethernet network interface eth0:0 ?|
|What is the initial number do you want to use in the last set of digits in the IP (i.e. the initial value of d in the IP address a.b.c.d) for DRBL clients connected to this ethernet port eth0:0.|
|How many DRBL clients (PC for students) connected to DRBL server’s ethernet network interface eth0:0 ?|
Please enter the number:
|The final number in the last set of digits in the client’s IP address is “12″. We will set the IP address for the clients connected to DRBL server’s ethernet network interface eth0:0 as: 192.168.99.1 – 192.168.99.12 Accept ?|
|The Layout for your DRBL environment:|
NIC NIC IP Clients
| DRBL SERVER |
| +– [eth0] 10.0.2.100 +- to WAN
| +– [eth0:0] 192.168.99.200 +- to clients group 0:0 [12 clients, IPs 192.168.99.1 - 12]
Total clients: 12
|Press Enter to continue…|
|In the system, there are 3 modes for diskless linux services:|
 Full DRBL mode, every client has its own NFS based /etc and /var.
 DRBL SSI (Single system image) mode, every client uses tmpfs based /etc and /var. In this mode, the loading and necessary disk space of server will be lighter. NOTE! (a) The client machine memory is recommended at least 256 MB. (b) The setting and config files of client will not be saved to the DRBL server! They are just used once and will vanish after the machine shutdowns! Besides, if you modify any file in the template client (located in /tftpboot/nodes), you have to run /opt/drbl/sbin/drbl-gen-ssi-files to create the template tarball in /tftpboot/node_root/drbl_ssi/. (c) If you want to provide some file to overwrite the setting in the template tarball when client boots, check /tftpboot/node_root/drbl_ssi/clients/00_README for more details.
 I do NOT want to provide diskless Linux service to client.
Which mode do you prefer?
|In the system, there are 4 modes available for clonezilla:|
 Full Clonezilla mode, every client has its own NFS based /etc and /var.
 Clonezilla box mode, every client uses tmpfs based /etc and /var. In this mode, the loading and necessary disk space of server will be lighter than that in Full Clonezilla mode. Note! In Clonezilla box mode, the setting and config files of client will not be saved to the DRBL server! They just use once and will vanish after the machine shutdowns!
 I do NOT want clonezilla.
 Use Clonezilla live as the OS (Operating System) of clients (Testing).
Which mode do you prefer?
|The CPU arch for clients when running Clonezilla job: i486|
When using clonezilla, which directory in this server you want to store the saved image (Please use absolute path, and do NOT assign it under /mnt/, /media/ or /tmp/)?
|Do you want to set the pxelinux password for clients so that when client boots, a password must be entered to startup (For better security)|
|Do you want to set the boot prompt for clients?|
|Do you want to use graphic background for PXE menu when client boots?|
Note! If you use graphical PXELinux menu, however client fails to boot, you can switch to text mode by running “/opt/drbl/sbin/switch-pxe-bg-mode -m text”.
|Do you want to use DRBL server as a NAT server? If not, your DRBL client will not be able the internet.|
|We are now ready to deploy the files to the system!|
Warning! If you go on your firewall rules will be overwritten during setup…
| export-csv -path c:\utenti.csv