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comment Tool for measuring entropy quality?
@Gilles I guess the raw entropy source affects the final quality of the PRNG, or am I wrong? I am using a TL100 to feed the entropy pool. Thank you.
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comment Tool for measuring entropy quality?
@Gilles there is no way?
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comment How does one find out how many bits a file has in one command?
Great. Awesome. ➜ tmp wc -c random-file-1 random-file-2 random-file-3 | awk '{$1*=8; print $0}' ➜ 32832 random-file-1 ➜ 49152 random-file-2 ➜ 4096000 random-file-3 ➜ 4177984 total
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comment How does one find out how many bits a file has in one command?
It worked perfectly too. Thank you.
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comment How does one find out how many bits a file has in one command?
Worked like a charm to me. ➜ tmp stat random-file-3 | sed -n 's/Size: ([0-9]*).*/\1 * 8/p' | bc ➜ 4096000
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comment How does one find out how many bits a file has in one command?
It seems a good explanation, thank you. However in my test this command returned to me: title:7: bad math expression: operand expected at `%s ' ]2;echo 4096000 ---- the answer is 4096000, but what are the other errors?
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comment How does one find out how many bits a file has in one command?
In my case I am using this suit test: csrc.nist.gov/groups/ST/toolkit/rng/documentation_software.html and the parameter is the number of bits I want to analyse.
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