This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to discuss the Linux Challenge that the hosts of the WAN Show from Linus Tech Tips are doing. We’ll give our thoughts on this news and offer a helping hand to the WAN Show team. Then we’re going to discuss security concerns as Malware seems to be popping up in WSL. Plus we’ve also got our famous tips, tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more this week on Destination Linux. So whether you’re brand new to Linux and open source or a guru of sudo. This is the podcast for you.

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Tip of the Week:

Use the fdisk command to find the device name for your USB Drive:

sudo fdisk -l

Install cryptsetup package on your system:

sudo apt install cryptsetup

Set up a new dm-crypt device in LUKS encryption mode:

sudo cryptsetup luksFormat /dev/sdb

Open the device and setup mapping with name provided (e.g. USBDrive in this example):

sudo cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sdb USBDriv

Verify the new virtual block device mapper:

ls -arlt /dev/mapper | tail

Run ext4 filesystem directly on that device:

sudo mkfs -t ext4 /dev/mapper/USBDrive

Mount the device your filesystem:

sudo mount /dev/mapper/USBDrive /USBDrive

Verify the the mapper is properly mounted using the df command:

df -h /USBDrive/

Comments

  1. :popcorn:

    Need I say more?

    I’m really interested to see how the LTT Linux experiment goes.

  2. I guess we need to prepare for stuff… Normies gonna start to try Linux. Here’s hoping they get a good reaction/feedback :beers:

  3. Avatar for zoof zoof says:

    Mail-in-a-Box and other alternatives like mailcow.

    Yes, there is some work involved to get Microsoft and Gmail to accept your email but after that, these self hosted services require minimal maintenance.

  4. I’ll second that. Especially when compared to running (and maintaining) Exchange Servers for mail - linux mail servers are great…

  5. I hope they don’t have issues and tell the world that windows is better. Hopefully Anthony will stop this happening.

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