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Artix Linux: Full Disk Encryption with UEFI

Not everyone fells happy and confident about systemd. In order to keep peace within a linux-based operating system, administrators may study, serve and use the art of mystical energy of the Force... [Read More]

#Artix Linux #security #encryption #FDE #systemd #OpenRC #UEFI #MBR #GPT #LUKS #LVM

Linux: Full Disk Encryption with BIOS, UEFI using MBR, GPT, LUKS, LVM and GRUB

Disk layouts and encryption strategies differ within the Linux realm based on various computer dispositions. This is an overview to achieve full disk encryption (FDE) using GNU GRand Unified Bootloader (GRUB)... [Read More]

#security #encryption #FDE #BIOS #UEFI #MBR #GPT #LUKS #LVM #GRUB

FreeBSD: Full Disk Encryption with UEFI

In order to get rid of systemd on a server, one way may seem to be within the realm of FreeBSD... [Read More]

#FreeBSD #security #encryption #FDE #systemd #UEFI #MBR #GPT #UFS #ZFS

OpenBSD: RAID1 (Mirror) with Full Disk Encryption

This is a theoretical approach to install OpenBSD server on two physical disks in software RAID1 (mirror) having the logical (root) partition encrypted aka full disk encryption (FDE). Unfortunately, this approach is not supported as yet... [Read More]

#OpenBSD #security #encryption #FDE #RAID

OpenBSD: Destroy a Softraid Partition

Booting an OpenBSD's installation media and trying to remove previously created softraid partitions may end up with the following error:

disklabel: ioctl DIOCWDINFO: Open partition would move or shrink
disklabel: unable to write label

Here is how to resolve this issue... [Read More]

#OpenBSD #encryption #softraid #disklabel

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