If you use Ubuntu or Suse you probably already have Apparmor installed on your system, so take a moment and see how this software can help you. And also if you don’t use these distributions, this article can be interesting if you are interested at the security of your Linux Box. AppArmor (“Application Armor”) is […]
by Frank Harris-Smith What exactly is the Linux Kernel and what makes it different than, say Windows or Mac System X? I’m not going to get too deep into the weeds on this one because, quite honestly, I’m not qualified to discuss Kernels beyond the basics. I’m really going to focus on the hardware/software interface […]
EncFS provides an encrypted filesystem in user-space. It runs without any special permissions and uses the FUSE library and Linux kernel module to provide the filesystem interface. EncFS is open source software, licensed under the GPL. As with most encrypted filesystems, Encfs is meant to provide security against off-line attacks; ie your notebook or backups […]
Yesterday has been released the version 5.0 of Trisquel, an Ubuntu based GNU/Linux Distribution. In their announcement: In what we can now call it a tradition, we celebrate the Software Freedom Day by publishing our latest release: Trisquel GNU/Linux 5.0 STS, codename Dagda.
In a former article we saw something about Inotify. inotify is a Linux kernel subsystem that acts to extend filesystems to notice changes to the filesystem, and report those changes to applications. It replaces an earlier facility, dnotify, which had similar goals. Last time I focused on the functionality of inotifywait command which can be […]