Moving System on 1T Harddisk(2)

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Here are some tips for customize the existing system.
1. Add octopress directory to heroku repository.
Install heroku client tools:

$ yaourt -S heroku-client
$ heroku keys:add
Found existing public key: /home/Trusty/.ssh/
Uploading SSH public key /home/Trusty/.ssh/ done

Now in the copied octopress directory we could use git push command for pushing our website onto herokuapp.

2. MTP Device

sudo pacman -S libmtp

3. libvirt

sudo pacman -S libvirt

4. virtualbox-ext-oracle
By installing this you can use USB2.0.

yaourt -S virtualbox-ext-oracle

Download Virtualbox Guest ISO.
Set Proxy in virtualbox global.

add user “Trusty” to “vboxusers”:

$ gpasswd -a Trusty vboxusers
$ usermod -a -G vboxusers Trusty

Now the virtualbox could use usb. And be sure to run following at suitable place:

$ modprobe vboxdrv vboxnetflt vboxnetadp
$ modprobe vboxnetflt
$ modprobe vboxnetadp

4. Lumia On ArchLinux
I don’t have good options, but connect it into virtualbox and use it.
Install the corresponding driver. and browser your phone content in Windows 7.

5. lampp adjustment
Since the public directory is not available in my system, so I have to change the default directory from the octopress public to /opt/public.
Then, in Rakefile, add this line:

# Working with Jekyll #

desc "Generate jekyll site"
task :generate do
  raise "### You haven't set anything up yet. First run `rake install` to set up an Octopress theme." unless
  puts "## Generating Site with Jekyll"
  system "compass compile --css-dir #{source_dir}/stylesheets"
  system "jekyll"
  # Copy the content to the public directory
  system "sudo cp -r /home/Trusty/code/octo/heroku/Tomcat/public /opt"

6. gedit

sudo pacman -S gedit 

7. Remmina
I use remmina for connecting to my own Surface pro, because it will automatically “shrink” my Desktop for the right resolution. Install it via:

sudo pacman -S remmina

For Surface pro, because it has resolution as 1920x1080,so use toggle mode could get better effects.

8. aurget
This is a simple client for aur repository packages, install via yaourt

yaourt -S aurget

9. acpi
Using acpi for viewing the battery status:

sudo pacman -S acpi

10. Recordmydesktop
For recording specified screen and output to ogv or other format:

sudo pacman -S gtk-recordmydesktop recordmydesktop

11. Rss Reader
I installed liferea for view RSS.

sudo pacman -S liferea

12. Rstudio
RStudio is used for generate pdf from md(markdown) file.

sudo yaourt -S rstudio

13. pdflatex
Need it for compiling pdf out:

yaourt -S

14. you-get-git
For downloading videos from youtube/CNTV, etc..

yaourt you-get-git

15. git under proxy
The detailed configuration steps should be changed via:

git config --global core.gitproxy /usr/bin/myproxy

16. pandoc
Install pandoc via yaourt:

yaourt pandoc

17. wkhtmltopdf
Install wkhtmltopdf via pacman:

sudo pacman -S wkhtmltopdf
wkhtmltopdf -s A4  -B 10 -T 10 ./Output/CV_Chinese.html ./Output/CV_Chinese.pdf

-B Bottom Margin, -T Top Margin.

18. expect
For automatically login and doing processing.

sudo pacman -S expect

19. Minicom
Minicom is a serial port terminal tool for minitoring serial ports.

sudo pacman -S minicom

20. Multilib Support
Uncomment following 2 lines in /etc/pacman.conf:

Include = /etc/pacman.d/mirrorlist

30. lib32-glibc
For using 32-bit applications:

sudo pacman -S lib32-glibc

31. ghex
For viewing the binary file under Linux:

sudo pacman -S ghex

32. lib32-gtk2
Install this for compatable for CodeSourcery’s toolchain installation:

sudo pacman -S lib32-gtk2

33. lib32 others:
Install following packages for CodeSourcery:

sudo pacman -S xulrunner lib32-xcb-util lib32-gtk-engines lib32-ncurses

34. fbreader:
fbreader is for opening the epub files:

sudo pacman -S fbreader

35. Auto update the dkms:
For building the virtualbox modules:

 sudo systemctl enable dkms.service

36. Fakeroot
For building some embedded systems.

sudo pacman -S fakeroot

37. dosfstools
Install it for obtains mkfs.vfat:

sudo pacman -S dosfstools

38. tsocks
For acrossing the company firewall:

sudo pacman -S tsocks

Then edit the configuration file:

$ cat /etc/tsocks.conf 
server =
server_type = 5
server_port = 1394

You can run tsocks gnome-terminal for getting a totally free terminal.

39. For building Android
Install required packages:

$ sudo pacman -S gcc-multilib lib32-zlib lib32-ncurses lib32-readline

Notice this will remove the gcc and gcc-libs, for gcc-libs-multilib and gcc-multilib will be conficted with the origin installed gcc and gcc-lib version.

Use Sun/Oracle JDK for compiling:

$ set2383
$ yaourt jdk6-compat
$ export JAVA_HOMNE=/opt/java6

For using virtualenv2 you have to install:

$ sudo pacman -S python2-virtualenv
$ virtualenv2 venv
New python executable in venv/bin/python2
Also creating executable in venv/bin/python
Installing setuptools, pip...done.
$ ln -s /usr/lib/python2.7/* /media/y/embedded/Android/ubuntu/venv/python2.7/
$ repo sync
$ /bin/bash
$ source venv/bin/activate

Install make 3.81 for building:

$ sudo yaourt make 3.81
$ make-3.81 -j4

Lacking flex, install it via:

$ sudo pacman -S flex

Lacking gperf, install it via:

$ sudo pacman -S gperf

Install perl related(first configure as automatic, then install switch):

$ cpan App::cpanminus
$ cpanm Switch

Then install gcc44 from yaourt:

$ yaourt -S gcc44

Build with gcc44:

$ make-3.81 CC=gcc-4.4 CXX=g++-4.4 -j4

Met build error:

  error: aggregate ‘setrlimitsFromArray(ArrayObject*)::rlimit rlim’ has incomplete type and cannot be defined struct rlimit rlim; ^ 

Solution is simply to add #include to dalvik/vm/native/dalvik_system_Zygote.cpp. When you met compatible, install gcc44-multilib:

yaourt -S gcc44-multilib 

39. pavucontrol
pavucontrol is A GTK volume control for PulseAudio, install it for redirecting the sound into the bluetooth device.

$ sudo pacman -S pavucontrol

40. nfs
For embedded Linux development, we have to use nfs(Network FileSystem) so we install it via:

sudo pacman -S nfs-utils

To be configured, because the parameters is complicated.

41. xclip
For using clipboard under X, we have to install this tool.

sudo pacman -S xclip

42. avidemux
For modify the videos under Linux:

sudo pacman -S avidemux avidemux-gtk

It couldn’t handle ogv format.

43. pitivi
Editor for audio/video projects using the GStreamer framework, we also add some plugins.

$ sudo pacman -S pitivi
$ sudo pacman -S gst-libav gst-plugins-bad gst-plugins-ugly frei0r-plugins

But pitivi won’t run on archlinux, for lacking the pycanberra, so I try the openshot.

44. openshot

$ sudo pacman -S openshot

45. Mencoder:
For converting video format:

$ sudo pacman -S mencoder
$ mencoder output.flv -o video_final.flv -ovc copy -oac copy -audiofile xxx.mp3
$ ffmpeg -i
50项护理技术_27胃肠减压技术_土豆_高清视频在线观看_112507230.h264_1.f4v -codec
copy weichangjianya.mp4

46. ffmpeg:
For converting video format:

$ sudo pacman -S ffmpeg
$ ffmpeg -i out.ogv -vcodec libx264 -strict -2  output.mp4 

47. p7zip
p7zip is the linux version 7zip:

$ sudo pacman -S p7zip

48. Acrobat Reader
Sometimes evince will crash when viewing some embedded picture pdf, we use Acrobat Reader for viewing such pdfs:

$ sudo pacman -S acroread

Notice, acroread package only includes in archlinuxfr, so firstly you should add archlinuxfr in your pacman.conf.

49. Konsole
Since the gnome-terminal will be not see input line when you enable the new tabs, I install konsole and use it as default terminal:

$ sudo pacman -S kdebase-konsole

Change the default run command to zsh -l, this will enable the “run as login shell”, then change the default shortcuts, also you should change the default fonts just like we used set in xfce4-terminal/gnome-terminal.
Default font changes:

$ cat ~/.kde4/share/apps/konsole/Shell.profile
Font=YaHei Consolas Hybrid,13,-1,5,50,0,0,0,0,0

Now re-login your desktop environment(mine is awesome), you will found the font has been changed in the konsole terminal.
Alter the startup window of konsole, and don’t let it recovers to the last altered size:

50. pip-shadowsocks First you should install pip via:

$ sudo pacman -S python-pip
$ sudo pacman -S python2-pip

Since shadownsocks only support python2, install python2 is the right way.

$ sudo pip2 install shadowsocks

51. DNSutils
For querying the dns.

sudo pacman -S dnsutils

Then you could use host/dig/nslookup, etc.

52. gdisk
For format into gpt format’s fdisk:

sudo pacman -S gdisk

53. pandoc-static
For generating beautiful pdf and other formats of documentations.

# yaourt -S pandoc-static --noconfirm

54. ShadowSocks
For crossing the GFW:

sudo pacman -S shadowsocks

55. mtools
For using mcopy, etc:

sudo pacman -S mtools

56. lzop
File compressor using lzo lib, for compiling some images:

$ sudo pacman -S lzop

57. vnstat
For monitoring the network traffic:

$ sudo pacman -S vnstat
$ sudo systemctl start vnstat.service
$ sudo systemctl enable vnstat.service
$ sudo vnstat -u -i enp0s25

Use following commands for querying the traffic statistics:

$ vnstat -q

58. htop
For viewing the system performance, comparing to top, its display will be more clearly.

$ sudo pacman -S htop

59. virtualbox-ext-oracle
For enable usb or other attached devices:

yaourt -S virtualbox-ext-oracle

60. lighthttpd
For replacing the heavy xampp, use it for serving the static website:

sudo pacman -S lighttpd

61. Synergy
For sharing the mouse and keyboard between different systems.

sudo pacman -S synergy qsynergy