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{{cmdroot|apt-get install hdapsd}
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Active Protection System

Preparing the kernel

To get the headdisk-parking working you have to build your own kernel with the hdaps_protect-patch applied:

Install the prerequisites that we need to compile the new kernel:

# apt-get install kernel-package ncurses-dev fakeroot wget bzip2

Get the recent debian-etch-kernel (2.6.18):

# apt-get install linux-tree-2.6.18

Go to the sources and unpack them:

# cd /usr/src # tar jxvf linux-source-2.6.18.tar.bz2

As etchs kernel is 2.6.18-4 its propably a good idea to get the hdaps_protect patch for 2.6.18-3:

# wget http://www.dresco.co.uk/hdaps/hdaps_protect-

Apply the patch:

# cd linux-source-2.6.18/ # patch -p1 < ../hdaps_protect-

Copy the default-config to the sourcetree:

# cp /boot/config-2.6.18-4-486 ./.config

Build the kernel & packages:

# make-kpkg clean # {{{1}}}

Reboot to use the new kernel. Verify with 'uname -a'.

Preparing userspace

Installing the daemon:

{{cmdroot|apt-get install hdapsd}