After a quick look at the recent Gentoo installations I set up, I noticed a few, recurring problems. The first being that my scripts for building an initrd were hacks centered around genkernel. The second being that genkernel's extensibi...[read more]
I've recently cooked up a Gentoo installation for my brother, the basis of which was formed by the root file-system of the VirtualBox image on this site. During this process I came across a few problems, mainly with my Xorg installation a...[read more]
LogClustering, for lack of a better name, was a project I developed while writing my master's thesis on clustering and invariant detection. It uses the popular invariant detection framework ...[read more]
In the previous two posts I covered setting up a gentoo server. Today I will show a method to reduce a Gentoo image - including a full Xorg installation and a web browser to the point where it will easily fit on a 2Gb USB stick.
In the previous post I covered setting up a server that allows the entire system to be encrypted. Today I will cover further setup of this system, including traffic shaping, a webserver and a mailserver.
Before you start readi...[read more]
This website runs on a relatively insecure VPS. Hence I developed a set of scripts to aid me in maintaining a certain amount of privacy. Below you will find a Gentoo distribution for use in these environments. It comes with an initrd that au...[read more]
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