from metiche @ servethehome forum
format usb FAT (not FAT32 OR NTFS)
Go Omnios and download .usb-dd file
Go to Tools for OSForensics – ImageUSB – Write an image to multiple USB Flash Drives an download imageusb
Install imageusb software
Step 1 choose the usb unit you want make bootable
Step 2 SELECT THE ACTION TO BE PERFOMED. Choose option WRITE TO USB DRIVE
Step 3 SELECT THE IMAGE. when browse to find file image choose the extension option ALL FILES to find your file with extension *.usb-dd
Step 4 click WRITE and wait until the process finish.
Added the 12 x 5TB drives onto the supermicro 846 chassis. The fans are pretty loud even at Continue reading
With Windows 10 IoT available for Raspberry Pi 2, Microsoft Store now sells raspberry Pi 2 (with 8gb microsd card), official case, and official power supply here. Got mine today here is some unboxing pictures 😀
Due to the increase fakes of SD/microSD cards, you can use the tool H2testw to test the actual size of the card. I brought a OV 32GB microSD off http://www.JD.com and wasn’t sure if it was real or not.
If H2testw doesn’t pass and you’re unluck and got a counterfeit or fake SD card. You can still use BootICE to fix the SD card and make it usable.
Taken from itsfoss
In a terminal, use the following commands to download and extract the libc-bin package:
apt-get download libc-bin
dpkg -x libc-bin*.deb unpackdir/
Next you need to copy these files:
sudo cp unpackdir/sbin/ldconfig /sbin/
Now you need to make sure that things are in order. Run these commands to ensure that:
sudo apt-get install --reinstall libc-bin
sudo apt-get install -f
Normally, this should fix the problem of Can’t exec “locale”: No such file or directory at /usr/share/perl5/Debconf/Encoding.pm line 16. Do let me know in the comment section whether or not this fixes your problem.