Samsung UE65H6470 Einstellungen

Nachdem ich mich endlich durchringen konnte hier meine Einstellungen.

Basis kommt von hier und hier. Besonders geht mein dank an Mike500 aber auch alle anderen fleißigen Tester. Der Blog-Eintrag lebt und wird ständig angepasst.

Alle Settings / Einstellungen sind auf HD 1080p optimiert. SD ist bei mir nicht von Relevanz.

Interner Tuner DVB-S2:

  • Bild:
    • Bildmodus: “Film”
    • Hintergrundbel.: “10”
    • Kontrast: “95”
    • Helligkeit: “45”
    • Schärfe: “9”
    • Farbe: “50”
    • Farbton: “G50-R50”
    • Bildmodus anwenden: “Alle Quellen”
    • Bildformat:
      • Bildformat: “Autom. Breit”
      • 4:3-Bildschirmgr.: “4:3”
    • 3D:
      • 3D-Modus: “Off”
    • PIP: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
    • Erweiterte Einstellungen:
      • Optimalkontrast: “Aus”
      • Schwarzton: “Aus”
      • Hautton: “0”
      • Nur RGB-Modus: “Aus”
      • Farbraum: “Auto”
      • Weißabgleich: “Standard” (Muss noch angepasst werden via BUROSCH)
      • Gamme: “-1”
      • Bewegungsgesteuerte Beleuchtung: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
    • Bildoptionen:
      • Farbton: “Warm1”
      • Digital aufbereiten: “Aus”
      • MPEG-Rauschfilter: “Aus”
      • HDMI-Schwarzpegel: “Gering”
      • Filmmodus: “Auto2”
      • Motion Plus: “Benutzerdef.”:
        • Unschärfemind.: “10”
        • Judder-Minderung: “2”
        • LED Clrear Motion: “Aus”

PC HDMI:

  • “Source” Taster  -> HDMI Port wählen -> “Tools” Taste -> “Name bearb.” -> “PC” -> “OK”
  •  Bild:
    • Bildmodus: “Standard”
    • Hintergrundbel.: “10”
    • Kontrast: “95”
    • Helligkeit: “45”
    • Schärfe: “50”
    • Farbe: “50” (ausgegraut)
    • Farbton: “G50-R50” (ausgegraut)
    • Bildmodus anwenden: “Alle Quellen” (ausgegraut)
    • Bildformat:
      • Bildformat: “16:9”
      • 4:3-Bildschirmgr.: “16:9” (ausgegraut)
    • 3D:
      • 3D-Modus: “Off”
    • PIP: “Aus”
    • Erweiterte Einstellungen:
      • Optimalkontrast: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
      • Schwarzton: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
      • Hautton: “0” (ausgegraut)
      • Nur RGB-Modus: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
      • Farbraum: “Nativ” (ausgegraut)
      • Weißabgleich: “Standard” (Muss noch angepasst werden via BUROSCH)
      • Gamme: “-1”
      • Bewegungsgesteuerte Beleuchtung: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
    • Bildoptionen:
      • Farbton: “Warm1”
      • Digital aufbereiten: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
      • MPEG-Rauschfilter: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
      • HDMI-Schwarzpegel: “Normal” (ausgegraut)
      • Filmmodus: “Aus” (ausgegraut)
      • Motion Plus: “Aus” (ausgegraut)

Microsoft Certificate Enrollment Web Service

Today we install the Microsoft Certificate Enrollment Web Service on Server 2012 R2.

Microsoft CA – Two-Tier PKI – Server 2012 R2

For Exchange Server, Lync and other Microsoft services you need a certification authority (CA). Also what you want is a proper two-tier Public-Key-Infrastruktur (PKI). There are a couple of good blogs which already describe how to build it. I just put in here some of experience.

Some hints from my implementation:

 

 

Exchange 2013 – Install and Configure

Today we install Microsoft Exchange 2013.

We start direct with CU5, which includes the full installer with SP1 and the CU5 (http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2014/05/27/released-exchange-server-2013-cumulative-update-5.aspx)

We install everything on my new 2012 R2 Hyper-V Whitebox. The base os of my Exchange server are as well 2012 R2 Standard.

Before we install we have to fullfil all prerequirements. You find the details here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb691354%28v=exchg.150%29.aspx

First we have to install the RSAT Tools to update the Shema and the prep AD via Powershell in administrative mode.

Add-WindowsFeature RSAT-ADDS

After wards we install the other necessary requirements.

Install-WindowsFeature AS-HTTP-Activation, Desktop-Experience, NET-Framework-45-Features, RPC-over-HTTP-proxy, RSAT-Clustering, RSAT-Clustering-CmdInterface, RSAT-Clustering-Mgmt, RSAT-Clustering-PowerShell, Web-Mgmt-Console, WAS-Process-Model, Web-Asp-Net45, Web-Basic-Auth, Web-Client-Auth, Web-Digest-Auth, Web-Dir-Browsing, Web-Dyn-Compression, Web-Http-Errors, Web-Http-Logging, Web-Http-Redirect, Web-Http-Tracing, Web-ISAPI-Ext, Web-ISAPI-Filter, Web-Lgcy-Mgmt-Console, Web-Metabase, Web-Mgmt-Console, Web-Mgmt-Service, Web-Net-Ext45, Web-Request-Monitor, Web-Server, Web-Stat-Compression, Web-Static-Content, Web-Windows-Auth, Web-WMI, Windows-Identity-Foundation

Last we have to install nified Communications Managed API 4.0 Runtime (http://www.microsoft.com/de-de/download/details.aspx?id=34992).

Now we can start with the “setup.exe” from the CU5 package. The Schema update and AD prep should be done by the setup. Im my case the installtion is straight forward. I choosed to install CAS/HUB and Mailbox server together at my home lab.

 

 

Wiregate und MDT AKH-0800.01 – Part 1

Heute mal etwas zum Thema Hausautomation.

Was ist das Ziel? Ich möchte via iPad/iPhone die Temperatur in meinen Räumen anpassen.
Hier eine Übersicht der verndeten Kompenenten:

Umsetzung:

  • Heizungsaktor im ETS hinzufügen.
  • Heizungsaktor Kanal aktivieren, “Betriebsart Kanal A: integrierter Regler” (ob die anderen Betriebsarten auch gehen werden ist mir momentan nicht bekannt).
  • Eine Gruppenadresse (GA) erstellen “Raum Ist” und “0: Kanal A – Temperaturmesswert” hinzufügen.
  • Nun den Sensor mit dem Wiregate verbinden, das geht ohne Löten bspw. mit eine Wago 243-211 oder Wago 243-212.
  • Zum Wiregate wechseln. Dort auf “Sensoren / Werte konfigurieren”, nun müsste dort der Sensor auftauchen. Dort die vorher erstellte GA hinterlegen.
  • Als nächstes wird der Sensor im CometVisu eingepflegt. Dazu erstellen wir ein Info Objekt, welches als Quelle die vorher erstellt GA nutzt.
  • Der erste Schritt ist fertig. Wir können jetzt die aktuelle Raumtempterratur im CometVisu via iPad/iPhone sehen.

Im nächsten Schritt wird eine GA ersellt um den Sollwert zu verstellen.

OpenVPN with Ubuntu Server 10.04 TLS and iPhone

Good Morning,

I finally finished my OpenVPN soloution with Ubuntu 10.04 and my iPhone and iPad.

  • First we need to install Ubuntu 10.04 TLS with the OpenSSH option
  • After installtion we need to upgrade all packages on the fresh installtion

apt-get update
apt-get upgrade

  • Next we need to install OpenVPN

apt-get install openvpn

  • Next we have to copy the helper scripts and the sample config files

cd /usr/share/doc/openvpn/examples
sudo cp easy-rsa /etc/openvpn/ -r
cd /usr/share/doc/openvpn/examples/sample-config-files sudo
sudo cp server.conf.gz /etc/openvpn
sudo cp client.conf ~/openvpn_client_1_config

  • Next we extract the example files

cd /etc/openvpn
sudo gunzip server.conf.gz

  • Next we modify the server.conf

sudo nano server.conf

  • Find the right places in the config files and the following lines (replace “Add_Your_Subnet” with your subnet e.g. 192.168.0.0)

cipher AES-256-CBC # AES
push “route Add_Your_Subnet 255.255.255.0”

  • Next we change the variable for the helper scripts

cd etc/openvpn/easy-rsa/2.0
sudo nano vars

  • Next steps we have to do as root user

sudo -s

  • Next we have to load the enviroment variables for the helper scripts

source ./vars

  • Next we start the first helper script

./clean-all

  • Next we create certificat for the RootCA

./pkitool –initca –pass

  • Next we create the Diffie & Hellmann key

./build-dh

  • Next we create the OpenVPN server certificats (“server” stay for the certficat name, I used that because that is already the default in the OpenVPN server.conf)

./pkitool –server server

  • Next we create the first client

./pkitool –pass client_1

  • Next we have to copy all the server keys to the right places

cd /etc/openvpn/easy-rsa/2.0/keys
cp ca.crt dh1024.pem server.crt server.key /etc/openvpn/

  • Next we restart the OpenVPN daemon

/etc/init.d/openvpn restart

  • Next we copy the client files to the home folder (you may have to modify the permissions because we copy as root)

cp client_1.crt client_1.key ca.crt /home/username_of_your_user/openvpn_client_1_config

  • Next you modify the client.config file at your home folder

cd /home/username_of_your_user/openvpn_client_1_config
nano client.config

  • Find the right places in the config files and the following lines

remote your_external_ip_or_dyndns 1194
cipher AES-256-CBC

  • Zip the folder before install “zip”

apt-get install zip
zip client_1.zip *

  • Download the folder to your laptop or pc
  • Last we have to activate the routing on the ubuntu server
  • Open the sysctl.conf to activate routing

nano /etc/sysctl.conf

  • Uncomment the follwing line

net.ipv4.ip_forward=1

  • Next you have to create a static route on you internet router for the default ip range from OpenVPN, in my case 10.8.0.0 to my Ubuntu server
  • Next activate a dynamic DNS address on your internet router and forward the default port 1194 to you Ubuntu server
  • Next Jailbreak your iPhone or iPad and install GuizmOVPN (http://guizmovpn.com), I would suggest to buy the license which cost 4,99€ otherwise you find it as well at other places as ddl or torrent
  • Start it on you iPhone and activate the webserver
  • Now you can upload via you favourite browser the zip file to you iPhone
  • Last you find the config in the GuizmOVPN app and can connect to your network

I thought about to activate masquarading, so I can save me the route on my internet router, what you think, good idea? I think specially if you network is large and your interner router is far away from your Ubuntu server it make sens. At my place this is defintily the case.

XenServer 6 unattended via HTTP Repository

If you have a dedicated “root” server at at a hoster you might come up with the idea to install XenServer 6 on it. Sadly mostly you don’t have a KVMoverIP remote and an attached CD-Rom at you “root” server. A soloution for this is a unattendend installtion where you get the files from a HTTP repository.

  • First you need to boot up you server with some basic Linux image which mostly is configurable at your hoster management website. In my case I used an old CentOS 5.7! I used this because there is the old Grub version installed which still use the “menu.lst” which I know much better
  • Next I prepared a second server. I my case I had a cheap vServer where I installed Apache and extracted all files from the XenServer 6 ISO file, of course you can use as well a local webserver at your home
  • Next I created an answer file for the unattended installtion at the extraced ISO folder on my HTTP repository

# nano xenserver.xml

  • I added the following lines to the XML file

<installation mode=”fresh” srtype=”lvm”>
<bootloader>grub</bootloader>
<primary-disk gueststorage=”yes”>sda</primary-disk>
<keymap>de</keymap>
<hostname>xen</hostname>
<root-password>my_password</root-password>
<source type =”url”>http://my_webserver_ip/xenserver</source>
<!– No Post install scripts configured –>
<admin-interface name=”eth0″ proto=”static”>
<ip>xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx</ip>
<subnet-mask>255.255.255.192</subnet-mask>
<gateway>xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx</gateway>
</admin-interface>
<nameserver>xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx</nameserver>
<nameserver>xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx</nameserver>
<timezone>Europe/Berlin</timezone>
<time-config-method>ntp</time-config-method>
<ntp-servers>ntp</ntp-servers>
<ntpservers>xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx</ntpservers>
<ntpservers>xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx</ntpservers>
<ntpservers>xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx</ntpservers>
</installation>

  • Next I switch to my dedicated server in the folder /boot and downloaded the following files via wget from my HTTP repository straight to the /boot folder. You can find the first two files in the /boot folder from the extracted ISO and the install.img direct on the root folder of the extracted ISO

vmlinuz
xen.gz
install.img

  • I opended the menu.lst from Grub

# nano /boot/grub/menu.lst

  • I added the follwing lines as a second boot option

title Install Xenserver
root (hd0,1)
kernel /boot/xen.gz dom0_mem=752M acpi=off nosmp noapic noirqbalance
module /boot/vmlinuz answerfile=http://my_webserver_ip/xenserver/xenserver.xml install
module /boot/install.img

  • I also modiefied the second parameter called “default“, to boot the second boot option as default (depends on you menu.lst)

default = 1

  • Last I did a reboot and watched via “tail -f” on my webserver log to see that the installtion process runs

If you have any comments, find failures or improvments pelase let me know.

 

Sources:

http://support.citrix.com/servlet/KbServlet/download/28750-102-662055/XenServer-6.0.0-installation.pdf

http://wiki.hetzner.de/index.php/Xenserver_5.5:_Automatische_Installation,_sw_raid1,_lokale_ISO_library