Post Tagged with: "disk encryption"

Install Fedora 16 on an encrypted btrfs file system

Install Fedora 16 on an encrypted btrfs file system

Btrfs was supposed to have been the default file system for Fedora 16, but for technical reasons, that did not happen. Word on the street says it will be, in Fedora 17. But you do not have to wait for Fedora 17 to get your system humming on btrfs because you can do it right now. This tutorial offers a […]

November 16, 2011 · 4 comments · Fedora, Tutorials/Tips
Disk Encryption in Fedora 16

Disk Encryption in Fedora 16

No distribution’s installer makes setting up disk encryption as easy as Anaconda, the Fedora system installer. And that has not changed in Fedora 16, the latest stable release. On previous versions of Fedora, those released before Fedora 16, the only automated disk partitioning option was one based on LVM, the Linux Logical Volume Manager. That made it easy to install […]

November 12, 2011 · 3 comments · Fedora, Tutorials/Tips
Install Mandriva Desktop 2011 on a btrfs file system

Install Mandriva Desktop 2011 on a btrfs file system

Mandriva Desktop 2011 will be the next stable release of the popular desktop Linux distribution developed by Mandriva, a Linux software publisher based in France. Screenshots from the second release candidate are available here. Though the second release candidate still spots some bugs, the installer will not change when the stable edition is released on August 29, 2011. This article […]

August 2, 2011 · 2 comments · mandriva, Tutorials/Tips
Linux and BSD desktop distributions with support for disk encryption

Linux and BSD desktop distributions with support for disk encryption

Disk encryption is not something most personal computer users think of when they consider ways to boost the security profile of their computer. A firewall? Yes, that in the minds of most is what computer security is all about. However, a firewall is a network security tool, and it is useless if your computer is lost or stolen. That is […]

July 26, 2011 · 6 comments · Tutorials/Tips
How to install PCLinuxOS 2011.6 on an encrypted LVM file system

How to install PCLinuxOS 2011.6 on an encrypted LVM file system

The 2011 editions of PCLinuxOS have started rolling off the shelves, with the KDE and LXDE editions being the first set out. (See PCLinuxOS 2011.6 KDE review for a detailed review of the KDE edition.) If you have been using PCLinuxOS, you probably know that the installer, which it inherited from Mandriva, has support for disk encryption and LVM, the […]

July 16, 2011 · 4 comments · pclinuxos, Tutorials/Tips
Install Mageia 1 on an encrypted LVM file system

Install Mageia 1 on an encrypted LVM file system

Mageia is a new Linux distribution formed by former employees and contributors of Mandriva, a Linux software provider and publisher of a line of Linux distributions of the same name. The first stable release (of Mageia) has since been reviewed for this website (see Mageia 1 review). This article presents the steps necessary to install it on an encrypted LVM […]

June 27, 2011 · 2 comments · Mageia, Tutorials/Tips