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Comment: Re:EXT4 vs dm-crypt (Score 1) 110 110

Without knowing the a actual mechanics of the process (see my post above), I am assuming there is a simplification of the creation and mount/umount process bypassing the LUKS wrapping commands and possibly simplifying the actual creation of an encrypted partition such as the dancesteps documented here:

Comment: Re:Libgen (Score 5, Insightful) 138 138

by Anomalyst (#49789049) Attached to: High Court Orders UK ISPs To Block EBook Sites
Why do you find it strange that ignorant politicians and greedy media moguls are ham-handed in their dispensation of "justice" in the protection of their revenue streams. I'm waiting with bated breath for Edger Rice Burroughs to "innovate" a new series of Ganymede novels wherein the plot goes: hero meets girl, hero loses girl to evil antagonist, hero chases antagonist and saves the girl and they (i.e. hero & girl, not hero & antagonst) kiss (and nothing else!) at the end. I hear Ernest Hemingway is recovering nicely from his suicide by using all that generous royalty income towards the latest medical technology to cure his malady and will be penning a sequel to "For Whom The Bell Tolls" just in time for Xmas gift giving. Let us all fervently hope Roger Zelazny will provide us with a new Amber novel and a astonishing collection of short stories. Would it be too much to ask for another six dimensional Lazurus Long novel from R.A.H.? I have a burning need to know if Mycroft and Athena ever "get it on" and Colin Campbell and Hazel Stone survived to write more "Scourge of the Spaceways" scripts .

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