Why you need the real_* thing with genkernel

Today it bit me. I rebooted my workstation, and all hell broke loose. Well, actually, it froze. Literally, if you consider my root file system. When the system tried to remount the root file system read-write, it gave me this:

mount: / not mounted or bad option

So I did the …

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Gentoo Hardened progress meeting

Not that long ago we had our monthly Gentoo Hardened project meeting (on October 3rd to be exact). On these meetings, we discuss the progress of the project since the last meeting.

For our toolchain domain, Zorry reported that the PIE patchset is updated for GCC, fixing bug #436924. Blueness …

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Gentoo Hardened in August

Last wednesday Gentoo Hardened held its monthly online meeting to discuss the progress of the various subprojects, reconfirm the current project leads, talk about potential new projects and discuss some bugs that were getting on our nerves...

For the project leads, all current leads were reconfirmed: Zorry will keep tight …

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Gentoo Hardened on the move

Gentoo Hardened is thriving and going forward. For those that don't exactly know what Gentoo Hardened is - it is a Gentoo project dedicated to bring Gentoo in a shape ready for highly secure, high stability production server environments. This is what we live by, and why we do what we …

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Updated Gentoo Hardened/SELinux VM image

I have updated the Gentoo Hardened/SELinux VM image, available on the mirrors under experimental/amd64/qemu-selinux.

The new image now asks for the keyboard layout, has a short DHCP timeout value (5 seconds) and provides the nano editor. If you plan on running the image using qemu, please use …

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Gentoo Hardened/SELinux VM image

A few weeks ago, I pushed out a VM image (Qemu QCOW2 format) to the /experimental/amd64/qemu-selinux/ location in our mirrors. This VM image (which is about 1.6 Gib large decompressed) provides a SELinux-enabled, Gentoo Hardened (with PaX and other grSecurity security settings) base installation. Thanks to the …

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