I’ve spent the better part of the last six months wrestling with a problem with Open-iSCSI on CentOS 7 and 8. Here’s the scenario: I set up four server
After my power went out here while I was on an extended vacation, I realized the folly in having a completely encrypted drive that could only be unlocked via a locally entered password.
These instructions are adapted from Pavel Kogan’s blog post for an encrypted hard drive. The main difference between that post and this one is the different options. I will be setting
About a month or so ago, I decided to give Arch Linux a whirl. Debian hadn’t let me down, but I’ve been using Debian as my primary workstation OS