So I installed Ubuntu 20.04 on my laptop with encrypted root filesystem with bcache support since I have a NVME SSD along with the usual hard disk in it. While setting up encrypted root filesystem the installer will not allow you to have unencrypted swap – and the default encrypted swap setup is to use a random encryption key that is […]
If you have used Ubuntu images on AWS, you might have noticed that the default username of the user on the instance is ‘ubuntu’. And the hostname is dynamically generated according to the public IP. Both of these can be changed using cloud-config supported on Ubuntu images – the config has to be provided in the User Data section in Advanced on the Configure Instance tab.
YAML configuration to change the parameters:
A lot more things are possible using the cloud-config method and it is supported on other operating […]
If you’d like to access your Linux desktop over the network from anywhere in the world, or just want to share your computer’s resources on the LAN by giving all users accounts on your computer, you can set up a remote desktop server. It is quite easy to do so, and the best part is that it is compatible with the remote desktop client on Windows too, thanks to the software called XRDP which talks Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).
Are you surprised that a blog that usually used to talk about Gentoo, is now posting about Ubuntu? Well, I made switch […]