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[[{{PAGENAME}}]] ist ein Geschenk für das [[HQ]].
== Hardware ==
; Lenovo ThinkPad T61
* Akku fehlt!
* Ultrabay für HDD
== Betriebssystem ==
==== Verwendung von [[Linux Mint Debian Edition]] als übliches Betriebssystem ====
Achtung! Beginn
[[Benutzer:vater|vater]] hat dies zeitweise außer Kraft gesetzt.
Auf [[{{PAGENAME}}]] ist [http://www.linuxmint.com/download_lmde.php Linux Mint Debian Edition] installiert. Diese Distribution erschien als "massentaglich" für den Anwendungsfall als [[#public computer]].
Achtung! Ende
==== Verwendung von [[PC-BSD]] als Betriebssystem ====
[[Benutzer:vater|vater]] bespaßt(e) sich gelegentlich beim Spielen mit [https://www.pcbsd.org/ PC-BSD]. ''Edge'' ist das dafür gegebene Setting fürs Repository (bei der Paketverwaltung [[pc-bsd:AppCafe®]]). Aber auch das Klicken von Jails (mit [[pc-bsd:Warden®]]) oder das Erstellen von boot environments für [[GRUB]] mit [[ZFS]] (mit dem [[pc-bsd:Boot Manager]]) und vieles mehr können als "produktiv" getestet und weiter ausgebaut werden.
==== Verwendung von [[Debian]] als Betriebssystem ====
Irgendwer hatte einmal [[Debian]] ([https://wiki.debian.org/DebianJessie jessie]) installiert.
Es werden [[w:de:btrfs | btrfs]] und [[w:de:Wayland (Protokoll) | wayland]] verwendet und getestet.
Für WLAN braucht es aber (leider) über ''non-free'' [https://wiki.debian.org/iwlwifi iwlwifi].
== Services ==
=== [[w:public computer | public computer]] ===
[[{{PAGENAME}}]] dient erst einmal als allgemein zugänglicher Rechner.
=== Testen von Anwendungsfällen ===
[[{{PAGENAME}}]] ist auch zum Spielen.
Beispielsweise kann das Gerät zum exeplarischen Testen für das Installieren von Betriebssystemen zur Vorbereitung einer [[Install-Party]] dienen.
=== übliche Software ===
Entsprechend der "üblichen" Anwendungsfälle könnten folgende Pakete angeboten werden:
* Firefox, Chromium
* Lyx
* …
* OpenArena
== BIOS ==
mit AMT
BIOS-Update auf 2.30 durch Trick:
[https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/T61-and-prior-T-series-ThinkPad/Updating-BIOS-on-Thinkpad-T60-no-battery/td-p/65772/page/3 Forums Lenovo: Updating BIOS on Thinkpad T60 - no battery]
For the t61 lenovo I renamed the $01af000.fl1 to bios.rom and I renamed the $01af000.fl2 to platform.bin. Then use the winphlash tool that is apart of the bios update download from lenovo (it is in the folder you download). I browsed to the bios.rom file and ran the update with out problems. the system rebooted and came up normaly. I had the same problem with a battery error and this got around it.
I flashed the middleton BIOS for an R61i (14.1" model 7732 with firewire): battery is also dead, so I used WinPlash.exe directly, skipping WINUPTP.EXE. (As the latter insists on a charged battery.)
I renamed the image files as well, but I guess its of no importance. Initially I thought `platform.bin` is linked to from `bios.rom`, but no. It turned out that the embedded controller did not got flashed! I was lucky the new BIOS worked with the old controller.
Once rebooted into Windows, I restarted the tool and selected platform.bin, flashed it (I got a warning, see below), then canceled the reboot (be quick!), then selected bios.rom and flashed it again. And I ended up with a working system with both BIOS and EC updated.
How did I know the tool can do multiple flashes in a row without reboot?
: I actually flashed bios.rom twice in the beginning, just to see the behaviour of the tool without risking too much.
How did I know platform.bin will not get flashed over the BIOS instead of updating the Embedded Controller?
: Before flashing I tried the “Backup BIOS only” option a couple of times. WinPlash reads the image file in any case and checks compatibility according to the screen messages. This gave me a hint that platform.bin has to contain instructions on what to do, because the EC would never ever pass as proper system BIOS. I also tried doing backup with a random file as image, which crashed WinPhlash. So I was pretty sure the image is read for backup and it does make sense for the tool. I also noticed that the backup file is ~4MB for a BIOS backup, but only ~2MB for the EC (e.g. backup started with platform.bin instead of bios.rom).
Did I get any surprises?
: Yes, the platform.bin backup-and-flash gave me a warning. "... The System Platform may be different from the Image file." WinPhlash also mentioned the version string of the (new) BIOS (e.g. 7LETC7WW and something like 7KHTR0K0, which looks like the version string of a virgin Embedded Controller). Proceed Yes/No? I thought: if it overwrites the EC now, it is exactly what I want. If it overwrites the BIOS, well, I plan to flash the BIOS again anyway, so maybe it works. (And it did!)
Anything on the timing?
: The BIOS flash took like 1-2 minutes, doing 21 blocks. The EC was only 2 blocks, so it was faster. I kept an eye on the screen, because you have only 10 seconds to cancel the reboot after flashing finishes.
== Siehe auch ==
* [http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Category:T61 thinkwiki:category:T61]
== Weblinks ==
* [http://support.lenovo.com/de/de/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-t-series-laptops/thinkpad-t61?tabName=Downloads Support Lenovo: ThinkPad T61]
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