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- Jun 18 2019, 5:02 PM (13 w, 2 d)
Aug 10 2019
So what you're suggesting is effectively splitting Calamares so it has a system process presumably exposing a DBus API for its client (user) process to call to do privileged operations ?
Aug 3 2019
I've been doing some proof-of-concept work recently but currently cannot experiment with FEC because the Ubuntu kernels aren't being built with FEC enabled. I'm going to chase apw on this one.
Jun 27 2019
Adding a link to a very detailed guide to using dm-verity.
Jun 21 2019
If you're going to create a swap *file* then I'd strongly recommend it be the *first* thing done after the root file-system has been created - before any other files have been written to the file-system.
Jun 19 2019
This sounds like something that dm-verity would be ideal for. It is for read-only devices and uses a kernel layer to ensure the block device reads match the hashes.