Work on the full image of Tarawa atoll.
Don't be mistaken: it's really worth consolidating tour training
|Install your 32 bits Ubuntu Linux 4SM workstation |
As of April 2018, my environment is:
ASUS ROG STRIX 17" laptop with Windows 10
Oracle VirtualBox (4 cores, 4 GB RAM)
Ubuntu 14 LTS virtual 32 bits machine
I used FWTools-linux-2.0.6.tar.gz
to install OpenEV as directed in README.1ST,
Not any additional or proprietary driver.
No -h option to launch OpenEV.
|Then I upgraded my virtual machine to Ubuntu 16 LTS, |
which is supported until 2021.
|see also a tutorial by Fabio Favoretto; |
do not bother about GuidosToolBox though
Please trash any previous tutorial material.
|Please download the latest tarawa-tutorial zipfile, dated April 2018 |
Move it to a directory ~/Work, and unzip it.
export PATH MANPATH
alias openev="~/FWTools-2.0.6/bin_safe/openev &"
alias dir=" ls -l -k --color "
alias dirw=" ls -l -k --color; pwd "
alias dira=" ls -l -a -k --color ; dir *sh"
alias dirs=" ls -a -k --color "
alias cpr=" bzip2 "
alias ucp=" bunzip2 "
alias zip=" zip -r "
alias te=" gedit "
alias mv=" mv -i "
alias cp=" cp -i "
alias rm=" rm -i "
alias gimp=" gimp &"
#home2: to mount my main disk shared file as home2
alias home2mount=" sudo mount -t vboxsf home2 ~/home2; dir ~/home2"
|Export data to PCIDSK image format |
4SM is a 32 bits binary: must be made executable
Idem for system calls
4SM checks that they are all working fine
do as directed below
|Reference script |
for a reference, a full copy of my script is available: tarawa-subset-tutorial-script-txt
update your command line script
|Ensure you have one antislash |
at the end of each sub-line
|If your script gets messed up, or you lost control |
next get acquainted with your working database