how to create iso linux image with dmcrypt LUKS for multiple hard disks?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 12, 2012
I wanted to create iso linux image, dm-crypt with LUKS enabled. I wanted to write many hard disks with that ISO created, with different passwords. When i was browsing online regarding this, got the below statement from a website.
CLONING/IMAGING: If you clone or image a LUKS container, you make a copy of the LUKS header and the master key will stay the same! That means that if you distribute an image to several machines, the same master key will be used on all of them, regardless of whether you change the passphrases. Do NOT do this! If you do, a root-user on any of the machines with a mapped (decrypted) container or a passphrase on that machine can decrypt all other copies, breaking security.
So would like to know your thoughts on the same, so that disk-encryption is maintained and the task has to be automated.
Thanks in advance...
Single ISO linux distro?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 11, 2002
Any good single cd's (single iso for install) linux versions?
General home user distro or work desktop would be awesome.
Please, please don't flame on this, it is more than the generic question of the "best linux version" post that we have all seen.
ISO Linux: disk error 80?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 18, 2007
when i try to install fedora 7, i get this error, Iso linux: disk error 80, AX=42A7, Drive 9F ??
I tried to burn the disk agian and nothing, the only other thing i tried is to use my gpatred disk to re-partition my hdd's, i changed it to ext3? could someone help me????
EDIT: I realized i downloaded the fedora for my x86_64 laptop and i was tring to install it on a i386 system sorry
Image ISO LInux Red Hat
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 24, 2012
Please how do I get the ISO image Red Hat Linux OF A copy of this software?
Creating linux persistent bootable USB drive from iso
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 11, 2010
I am trying to install Linux (the distros I have attempted it with are Arch, Fedora, Ubuntu and Mint) on a USB drive and make it work like a removable hard drive, keeping programs and settings.
I tried it manually at first, partitioning the drive with Fedora's "Disk Utility" and dd'ing a Fedora 13 iso over.
I should note here that I have definitely configured the BIOS correctly, enabled booting from removable media and set it as the default with all other devices disabled, but that I have never actually booted from USB before with this motherboard.
On bootup I got
I want a ISO copy of linux 2.6.37 ,where I can find it ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 14, 2011
I installed a virtual machine under win7 ultimate version, i want start learning linux and decided to practice it under linux 2.6.37 ,so i need a ISO file of linux2.6.37 for the virtualmachine,,,
where i can find it?
Thanks for your help.
this is my first post here,& my english is not very good even i can read some,,thanks for ur patience
how to creat a bootable USB of an iso in linux??
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 16, 2012
I am using opensuse 12.1 in my desktop, i have to make dual boot with ubuntu.
My DVD drive is not working. I have download a ubuntu iso image.
how do i make a bootable usb from a iso image??
For dvd/cd we will burn iso image and write it in dvd!!!
But how to make for usb pendrive/usb hardisk??
i have 4Gb pendrive/80 Gb hardisk
if anyone knows, please tell me the steps???
[Solved] How to burn the Ubuntu iso to usb in Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 19, 2013
I only found posts about burning the Ubuntu iso to a pen drive in an existing Ubuntu environment. Unfortunately, I don't have a Ubuntu machine here, but I have a machine with Arch on it. Does anybody know how do that in Arch?
Redhat Linux 32 bit ISO image
location: linux.com - date: April 7, 2011
Hi Guys, I am preparing for RHCE exam...I need to know where to install ISO image for 32 bit OS as I am using windows 7 and already installed ubuntu through ORACLE virtual box....I tried on torrent sites but mostly come with 64 bit....Please let me know the way to download 32 bit ISO image...Thanks in advance...
How to open/extract ISO file in Linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 6, 2004
I am new to Linux. I have Fedora installed on my PC.
I wanted to install MatLab for Linux from an ISO file. Now from my previous experience of windows, I thought that mounting or extracting it into my HD will help. But I can find no way to do it
Please Help! I am stuck!!
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