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by Rudd-O published 2008/12/07 07:20:18 GMT+0, last modified 2016-05-24T14:26:11+00:00
Get to know the wonderful world that Linux and free software enthusiasts have created!
Implementing tiered storage with ZFS and autotier
by Rudd-O — last modified Dec 01, 2020 10:19 PM

An uncommon — but not unheard of — use case calls for fast data ingestion, combined with relatively slow yet very big and economical data retrieval. Here is a plan to achieve that.

Genode's Norman Feske talks about security
by Rudd-O — last modified Jul 15, 2019 11:05 AM

A very clear-headed description of what information security actually is, and how systems like Genode or Qubes OS contributes to making it better.

Announcing qubes-pass
by Rudd-O — last modified May 07, 2017 02:47 PM

A secure, compartemented, open source solution for password management that leverages the power of Qubes OS.

How to invert left and right sound channels on the fly
by Rudd-O — last modified Mar 18, 2016 10:39 AM

Sometimes you need to diagnose a particular problem with your stereo's setup, or your headphones, or the speakers of your laptop. Maybe one of the sides sounds louder than the other, maybe you think you have a blown tweeter, maybe it's the audio signal currently playing? Here's a trick to test that without reconnecting any cables or adding any hardware to your setup.

Genode OS: a breath of fresh air in operating system and software security
by Rudd-O — last modified Aug 01, 2015 05:12 AM

Separation kernels, hardware-isolated virtualization and enforced capability models have finally converged into an OS that could change the way that operating system security, and software security itself, works. Oh, it can also run Linux and Windows applications. Here are a few talks about that convergence in the form of Genode OS.

by Rudd-O — last modified Sep 18, 2013 09:32 AM

...and my first born child.

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