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Sutter Notes - SLO Bytes Linux Group Meeting of 09/05/19
« on: September 04, 2019, 10:50:58 AM »
Hello All,

Here are my notes for the SLO Bytes Linux Meeting of 09/05/19

Parted Magic 2019_09_03
Problem:  Disks not being detected by the Secure Erase GUI and NVMe drives failing to erase.
Windows 10, the user, or the vendor encrypted SMART. If SMART is encrypted, we can’t detect whether or not the disk supports Secure Erase, so it would show up as unsupported. Parted Magic now includes a GUI found in the Erase Disk menu to overcome this. All you need to do is copy the PSID off the case of the disk, type it in the box, and press “Unlock”.
I added a few new entries in the boot menus. The “Extras” menu includes a new entry so Hyper-V works out of the box. A new Failsafe entry was added to disable IPV6. In rare cases Network Manager would flip on and off. This was caused by a router claiming to be IPV6 and really being a IPV4. Since the kernel would load the IPV6 module, Network Manager would get confused
How to secure a web site

sudo apt install neofetch

Riitop USB External Carrier for M.2 VTMe Drive

Virtual Machines

Ralph Sutter
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