How to CHECKSUM a file

Recently i have had a couple of bad downloads from the Mitel download site. Unfortunatley i did not know until i came to use the ISO.

Mitel Provide the CHECKSUM number for all there downloads.

To find the CHECKSUM of a file you will need to download one of the many UTILS available

I use Microsoft’s Checker

This will give you two files FCIV.exe is the useful one.

Open a command prompt

Drop the FCIV.exe file into the command prompt window then type ” -add ”

Then drag and drop the ISO you want the CHECKSUM of into the CMD window

It should look something like this

CHECKSUM

Then press enter and it when finsihed it will look like this (length of time depends on how big the file is)

CHECKSUM2

Now check that number against the number displayed on the download page of MITEL next to the download link

How to mount ISO as CDROM

This is useful for vMAS. Instead of transfering the ISO to the datastore of your VMWARE server, tranfer it to the mas via SFTP then mount the iso with these command.

I use it when installing the Nupoint DVD_2.

Procedure to mount ISO images under Linux

1) You must login as a root user, if not root user then switch to root user using following command:
$ su -

2) Create the directory i.e. mount point:
# mkdir -p /mnt/cdrom

3) Use mount command as follows to mount iso file called disk1.iso:
# mount -o loop disk1.iso /mnt/cdrom

4) Change directory to list files stored inside an ISO image:
# cd /mnt/cdrom
# ls -l

5) When finished you can unmount the cdrom
# umount /cdrom

More about loop device

A loop device is a pseudo-device that makes a file accessible as a block device. Loop devices are often used for CD ISO images and floppy disc images. Mounting a file containing a filesystem via such a loop mount makes the files within that filesystem accessible. They appear in the mount point directory using above commands

Mitel 3300 LOST ROOT admin password

Source

Have you lost the ROOT password for the system?!

If you have another user with “system” access you can try running

RESET_LOGIN_PASSWORD “username” from the Maintenance page

OR

ResetLoginPassword from putty RAW port 2002

OR

from the RS232 port on the front

 

Example from telnet = ResetLoginPassword system

 

More information

 

This should be done from the maintainance port, if you are only connected via IP then open Putty and open a RAW connection to the controller on port 2002 then type…

4.1 and above:-

type the command ResetAllLoginPasswords (see Below)

-> ResetAllLoginPasswords
Attempting to Reset Password for all System Admin Users.
The password has been successfully reset to default password ‘password’ for User
‘cvd’.
Resetting Password for all System Admin Users complete.
value = 0 = 0x0

If you know the user name that you wish to reset you can do this using the following

-> ResetLoginPassword “system”
Attempting to Reset Password for User ‘system’.
The password has been successfully reset to default password ‘password’ for User
‘system’.
value = 0 = 0x0

 

MSL on HP DL320e G8 Firmware Raid

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HP Intelligent Provisioning Version 1.50 does not include RAID drivers for HP ProLiant DL320e Gen8 v2 servers running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 3. Therefore, Installing HP Intelligent Provisioning Version 1.50 in RAID mode on an HP ProLiant DL320e Gen8 v2 server running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 3 will fail. Continue reading