Posts Tagged ‘sed’

TL;DR Many SSDs are also Self Encrypting Drives (SEDs) they just need a few bits flipped to make them work. As the SSDs use encryption under the hood anyway there’s no performance overhead. Background This is something of an almanac post after a couple of days of prodding around the topic of PC device encryption. […]

When trying to install node.js into the default official Ubuntu image on Docker the other day I hit a dependency issue. Node.js needs rlwrap[1], and rlwrap is in the universe repository, which it turns out isn’t part of /etc/apt/sources.list for the 12.04 image: deb precise main Things worked using the ubuntu:quantal (== ununtu:12.10) image […]

It’s almost a year since I built my Nanode thermometer, and it looks like another really cold snap is headed towards the UK – perhaps snow over the weekend. I’ve not had it set up for a little while, as the TMP36 sensor was reclaimed for a project that put Scratch and an Arduino together […]