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== Topics TODO ==
- Full disk encryption with LUKS and systemd-askpass
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- Custom initramfs(needed modules/hooks, pros and cons for a minimal initrd, speed measurements)
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* Full disk encryption with LUKS and systemd-askpass
- Power management, graphics performance, TLP
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* Custom initramfs(needed modules/hooks, pros and cons for a minimal initrd, speed measurements)
- Touchpad, trackpoint config, including udev hwdb, smooth scrolling for apps(Firefox)
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* Power management, graphics performance, TLP
- Controlling LEDs
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* Touchpad, trackpoint config, including udev hwdb, smooth scrolling for apps(Firefox)
- NetworkManager privacy functions, choosing DNS resolver, configuring systemd-resolved, DNS over TLS
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* Controlling LEDs
- Pacman hooks for kernel updates
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* NetworkManager privacy functions, choosing DNS resolver, configuring systemd-resolved, DNS over TLS
- Secure Boot, Keytool, sbsign
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* Pacman hooks for kernel updates
- Boot performance tweaks
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* Secure Boot, Keytool, sbsign
- Optimal UEFI configuration
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* Boot performance tweaks
- Custom UEFI logo at boot, preparing and flashing UEFI updates to USB flash disks
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* Optimal UEFI configuration
- Setting up fwupd/LVFS
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* Custom UEFI logo at boot, preparing and flashing UEFI updates to USB flash disks
- Using EFISTUB, setting efivars via efibootmgr, creating a systemd-boot fallback
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* Setting up fwupd/LVFS
- Setting early splash screen via fbv instead of plymouth
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* Using EFISTUB, setting efivars via efibootmgr, creating a systemd-boot fallback
- thinkpad_acpi and Thinkpad-specific tweaks, charge thresholds
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* Setting early splash screen via fbv instead of plymouth
- Setting up sudo
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* thinkpad_acpi and Thinkpad-specific tweaks, charge thresholds
- Configuring systemd, journald, logind autologin
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* Setting up sudo
- Configuring ssd optimizations, issuing fstrim regularly
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* Configuring systemd, journald, logind autologin
- Setting up gnome-shell, gdm3, gnome-shell extensions
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* Configuring ssd optimizations, issuing fstrim regularly
- Setting gnome/gtk options in dconf, gnome-tweak-tool
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* Setting up gnome-shell, gdm3, gnome-shell extensions
- Keeping the system with all its components updated
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* Setting gnome/gtk options in dconf, gnome-tweak-tool
- Keeping configuration files in sync
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* Keeping the system with all its components updated
- Backups
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* Keeping configuration files in sync
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* Backups

Revision as of 00:00, 9 September 2018

Topics TODO

  • Full disk encryption with LUKS and systemd-askpass
  • Custom initramfs(needed modules/hooks, pros and cons for a minimal initrd, speed measurements)
  • Power management, graphics performance, TLP
  • Touchpad, trackpoint config, including udev hwdb, smooth scrolling for apps(Firefox)
  • Controlling LEDs
  • NetworkManager privacy functions, choosing DNS resolver, configuring systemd-resolved, DNS over TLS
  • Pacman hooks for kernel updates
  • Secure Boot, Keytool, sbsign
  • Boot performance tweaks
  • Optimal UEFI configuration
  • Custom UEFI logo at boot, preparing and flashing UEFI updates to USB flash disks
  • Setting up fwupd/LVFS
  • Using EFISTUB, setting efivars via efibootmgr, creating a systemd-boot fallback
  • Setting early splash screen via fbv instead of plymouth
  • thinkpad_acpi and Thinkpad-specific tweaks, charge thresholds
  • Setting up sudo
  • Configuring systemd, journald, logind autologin
  • Configuring ssd optimizations, issuing fstrim regularly
  • Setting up gnome-shell, gdm3, gnome-shell extensions
  • Setting gnome/gtk options in dconf, gnome-tweak-tool
  • Keeping the system with all its components updated
  • Keeping configuration files in sync
  • Backups