Ubuntu USB boot (Ubuntu Live CD boot from USB)

#!/bin/bash

DEVICE=/dev/sdb
ISO=ubuntu-16.10-desktop-amd64.iso
VOLUME=BOOTUSB

# install needed apps
sudo apt-get install -y syslinux mbr mtools dosfstools

# OPTIONALY format drive
# sudo umount ${DEVICE}1
# sudo mkfs.vfat -n ${VOLUME} ${DEVICE}1

# install mbr and syslinux
mkdir /tmp/${VOLUME}
sudo mount ${DEVICE}1 /tmp/${VOLUME}
sudo install-mbr ${DEVICE}

sudo mkdir /tmp/${VOLUME}/boot
sudo syslinux -f ${DEVICE}1 -d boot
#sudo syslinux -f ${DEVICE}1
#sudo syslinux -smf ${DEVICE}1

sudo cp /usr/lib/syslinux/modules/bios/vesamenu.c32 /tmp/${VOLUME}/boot/

sudo mkdi

Create XEN Hylafax domain

# redirect your ISDN card on dom0
http://www.panticz.de/xen_pci_delegation

# set domU parameter
[ -z $DOMAIN_NAME ] && DOMAIN_NAME=fax
[ -z $DOMAIN_MAC ] && DOMAIN_MAC=00:00:00:00:fa:fa
[ -z $DOMAIN_RAM ] && DOMAIN_RAM=256Mb
[ -z $DOMAIN_HDD ] && DOMAIN_HDD=2Gb
[ -z $DOMAIN_PCI ] && DOMAIN_PCI=04:05.0

# create domU
http://www.panticz.de/DomU-Debian-Squeeze

# redirect avm usb card
echo "pci=['${DOMAIN_PCI}']" >> /etc/xen/${DOMAIN_NAME}
echo "extra = 'iommu=soft'" >> /etc/xen/${DOMAIN_NAME}

# start domU
xm create -c ${DOMAIN_NAME}

# install AVM FRITZ!Card PCI kernel moud

Install and configure AVM Fritz!Card USB driver

#!/bin/bash

# If you use Ubuntu Gutsy you don´t need to compile the fcusb2 driver at self, follow this howto
# it will automaticly download and configure all needed files

# be sure that you running this script as root
if [ "$USER" != "root" ]; then
sudo $0
exit 0
fi

# install needed packages
apt-get install -y avm-fritz-firmware linux-restricted-modules-$(uname -r) wget

# install avm firmware
#wget http://www.avm.de/files/cardware/fritzcrdusb.v20/linux/suse.93/fcusb2-suse93-3.11-07.tar.gz -P /tmp
#tar -xzf /tmp/fcusb2-suse93-3.11-07.tar.gz -C /tmp
#mkdir /usr/share/isdn/

Compile AVM Fritz!Card USB driver for Ubuntu (fcusb2.ko)

#!/bin/bash

# note
# successfully tested on Ubuntu Gutsy 7.10, this driver currently dont work with Hardy 8.04

apt-get install -y wget rpm build-essential linux-headers-$(uname -r) avm-fritz-firmware

wget http://opensuse.foehr-it.de/rpms/10_3/src/fcusb2-0.1-0.src.rpm -P /tmp
cd /tmp
rpm2cpio fcusb2-0.1-0.src.rpm | cpio -i --make-directories

if [ $(uname -m) == "x86_64" ]; then
# amd64
tar -xzf fcusb2-suse93-64bit-3.11-07.tar.gz
cd /tmp/fritz/src/
patch -p2 < /tmp/fritz-usb.diff
patch -p2 < /tmp/fritz_init_work.diff
patch -p2 < /tmp/fritz_urb.diff
patch -p2 < /tmp/f

PCI Delegation in Xen (Xen Pci Passthrough)

#
# Debian 7
#
# add xen-pciback to initrd
echo "xen-pciback" >> /etc/modules
update-initramfs -u

# hide device (module and pciid have to be adapted)
cat < /etc/modprobe.d/xen-pciback.conf
install e100 modprobe xen-pciback; modprobe --first-time --ignore-install e100
options xen-pciback hide=(00:0c.0)
EOF

# test
xm pci-list-assignable-devices

# Links
http://wiki.xen.org/wiki/Assign_Hardware_to_DomU_with_PCIBack_as_module
http://debianforum.de/forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=139776
http://nixnote.blogspot.de/2012/03/xen-part-9-pci-passthrough.html
http://wiki.xen.org/wik

Create squashfs

#!/bin/bash

mount -t squashfs /cdrom/KANOTIX/KANOTIX /mnt/ -o loop
cp -a * /root/KANOTIX/
rm -rf 2.6.24-3-kanotix
cp -a /lib/modules/2.6.24-3-kanotix/ /root/KANOTIX/lib/modules/
umount /mnt
mksquashfs * ../KANOTIX.squa

Configure maildroprc

# /etc/courier/maildroprc

# Our shell
SHELL="/bin/bash"

# The default path
DEFAULT = "$HOME/Maildir"

# Our log file
logfile "/var/log/maildrop"

# Our verbosity in the log file
VERBOSE="5"

# This get's added above each entry in the log file.
# It's just a visual aid.
log "------------------------"

# If the Spam-Flag is YES, sort to Junk folder
if ( /^X-Spam-Flag: YES/)
{
to $DEFAULT/.SPAM/
}

if ( /^Subject: new_order/)
{
`/data/scripts/processOrder.sh`
to $DEFAULT/.ORDER
}

# FILES
# processOrder.sh - http://www.panticz.de/node/155