So I'm building a new round of Linux kernels, using kernel source version 18.104.22.168, for all of the machines that I run. First up is an AMD64 kernel, which barfs while compiling 'vdso', whatever that is. The fix that I found on the net for that was to edit
The Sourceforge site has all of the files described below available for downloading, as well as PDF copies of this documentation for offline usage. The following files are available on the Sourceforge site:
After the base system has been installed, you boot the system using the supplied kernel and initramfs image. Once the Linux kernel boots and the
Disk Key Naming Conventions
Currently (April 2007), the current version of the
There's a Perl script inside of OpenSSL called 'CA.pl' that will do the work of creating server/client/certificate authority 'certificate requests' for you. Here's how you use it...
Generate a simple self-signed SSL certificate
Become your own SSL Certificate Authority
Need to sign SSL certificates, but don't want to pay? Become your own Certiciate Authority (CA). The good news is that it's free, the bad news is that you'll have to install your CA certificate onto client browsers in order to get them to stop bitching about not trusting the CA.