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Jun
12
comment What is type 'none' for mount points and why are mount points of the same type below /run?
Correct me if I understand wrong but what you say is: I can mount some partition e.g. /dev/sda1 at /home with some privileges eg.: readonly but then remount part of /home e.g. /home/captcha with privileges read-write. In such scenario /home/capcha is reported by mount as 'none' filesystem but is stored on /dev/sda1 same as rest of the /home partition.
Jun
11
asked What is type 'none' for mount points and why are mount points of the same type below /run?
Jun
7
answered List of files accessed by application
May
29
asked List of files accessed by application
Jan
9
comment Why do directories need the executable (X) permission to be opened?
Thinking about directory as a list makes things more clear and logical.
Jan
2
comment Application does not see environmental variables
@ChrisDown I have used this turotrial forums.eveonline.com/default.aspx?g=posts&t=34104 to compile and install 32 bit glxinfo. I have tried version that comes from Gentoo portage and I have also downloaded newest source code from Mesa page. By analyzing code I have found out that it is not glxinfo which produces additional information in response to environmental variable. It is libgl which checks for this variable and produces verbose output which is what variable name indicates anyway. So this is problem of libgl compilation which comes with Fedora package.
Dec
25
asked Application does not see environmental variables
Dec
13
awarded  Student
Dec
12
comment Does DM-Crypt partition look like random noise?
I read It. Header start with "LUKS" magic string so it is really obvious. The deniability is good idea and it could be little bit longer section. There are also other options like encrypting header with simple cipher ;D
Dec
12
comment Does DM-Crypt partition look like random noise?
To answer my own question. DM-Crypt documentation states that in case of LUKS header being stored on disk: "Disadvantages are that it is readily obvious there is encrypted data on disk"
Dec
12
comment Does DM-Crypt partition look like random noise?
Does the LUKS header resides in partition table? I think it is stored at the beginning of partition so if it does not have any magic numbers stored in it used to recognize that it is luks header it would still look like random data. The question is does it have some magic numbers or not?
Dec
12
asked Does DM-Crypt partition look like random noise?
Sep
24
awarded  Editor
Sep
24
revised grep + operator
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Sep
23
awarded  Scholar
Sep
23
accepted grep + operator
Sep
23
asked grep + operator
Nov
28
awarded  Supporter