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** update and clarify [[Mkinitcpio#Using_LVM]] & [[Mkinitcpio#Using_encrypted_root]]: no need for bootloader's "root=/dev/..." param (GRUB detects it automagically and it doubles up to add it in /etc/default/grub), what is dm-crypt mapping name and what is LVM one, clean dead link to "[[LUKS#Configuration_of_initcpio]]";
 
** update and clarify [[Mkinitcpio#Using_LVM]] & [[Mkinitcpio#Using_encrypted_root]]: no need for bootloader's "root=/dev/..." param (GRUB detects it automagically and it doubles up to add it in /etc/default/grub), what is dm-crypt mapping name and what is LVM one, clean dead link to "[[LUKS#Configuration_of_initcpio]]";
 
* [[Cron#Users_and_autostart]] & [[pkgstats]] --> update to precise that [https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1368558#p1368558 cronie.service is not enabled by default];
 
* [[Cron#Users_and_autostart]] & [[pkgstats]] --> update to precise that [https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1368558#p1368558 cronie.service is not enabled by default];
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* [[Polkit]]: add "open as root with Nautilus/Gedit via pkexec" example;

Revision as of 23:55, 29 January 2014

Recent Arch convert migrating from Ubuntu GNOME Remix 12.10 (first GNU/Linux distro), have been preparing it for a while and take profit of acquisition of a new laptop to dig through the Arch wiki and learn/add stuff.

Became slightly knowledgeable in hardware/software encryption (dm-crypt/LUKS FTW), SSD/TRIM controversy (fstrim won) and ext4 options.

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