Having logs but not reading them is maybe the most common computation power waste since invention on population counting (census). It’s always better to solve the problem than to silence it! That applies to both: computers and people! 😉
Initramfs for encrypted root using GPG encrypted random keys
Cha! The most tricky part is comming. I spent 2 days to make this work. There are several tutorials on the internet but you will still need a lot of thinking and patience.
Creating GPG encrypted random keys
In this post I described how to encrypt a root parition. The paritions are encrypted using LUKS passphrase. A passprase is usually much easier to guess or find out than a randomly generated key. And we can take the keys…
I am using disk encryption for a while now. But never really managed to encrypt my root filesystem. Finally got so far! Decision made! Now the hard part: Make it work…
Back to Gentoo
Back in 2008 when I both my second computer (1st multi-core) I wanted to squeeze all the computation power from it. After a while I was using more than one computer and there was simply no time to compile everything on…
Birth of Leccinum
Last month I bought my new computer and installed my new favorite OS on it. After playing around for a while I started to think how to extend the usage of a personal PC.
My First Muti-Core
A week ago I bought my first Multi-Core computer. So I got into the question: “What operating system do I want to install?“. I bought it without pre-installed Windows, which is getting harder and harder.