Essentially the goal for this article is to setup a partition under Linux under which all data that is stored will be encrypted and 'inaccessible' to those without the correct key (course with all the password-cracking software out there today, who knows what really is secure). This is actually a very simple task, with instructions scattered over the Internet, so I just simply consolidated the most useful directions I found into the guide below:
As a long time SVN user it is the version control system I know the best (though I am not a fan of any version control
implementations I've used so far, SVN is just the one I've used the most). I've never setup my own repository before and
looked into doing so today for various code of my own that I develop locally. All in all it is a simple process, but there are
a few gotchya's that you have to look out for.
Well in my first blog post since January 1st, I will be discussing and sumarizing what I learnt over the past few days relating to the GNU Autotools, specifically autoconf and automake. Having been a C++ fan since I learned it (roughly nine years ago, it was my first language), I never got around to learning the GNU build system (seeing as there is not much use in web development). Regardless, I set out to learn it as I need to incorporate it into my new currently-top-secret project. Note, I am writing this as I learn it and am no expert yet.
Theres alot of clutter out there when it comes to these, but to put it simply it all comes down to two files: