The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.
@keegan well I did find an article on OMG Ubuntu about the latest 4.18 kernel which says that its still there. I do hope that these get removed soon though.
Anyways, I personally believe that these type of modules must be removed from the kernel ASAP or disabled by default. We cannot trust these corporate jack doodles with anything these days. Especially with our freedom!
Looks like the Speck module has been embedded in the kernel 4.17 and the upcoming versions. Thanks to Google it looks like we will be having this NSA itch in our back.
Even after ISO’s denial to accept these as an encryption standard and opposition from several countries including Germany, Japan and Israel, this encryption algorithm / cipher has found a way into our holy Kernel.
So guys, what do you think about this?
What I really wanted to say was that: I didn’t had the problem with cnchi autostarting My issue was that Cnchi didnot auto update due to which I had crashed install attempts. Therefore to avoid this I had to manually update Cnchi and then restart the Cnchi from the dock to successfully install the OS.
So What I really meant to say was that let there be an Installer Icon On the desktop or the dock (wherever possible). and when the user clicks it, let it start the mirror autoranking and then it could start the update process and then continue with the installation process and show the user the entire progress on every step so that the user could detect if there is any issue with the mirror ranking, Auto update and so on…
Sorry If I wasn’t clear at first as English is not my first language. but I’ve gotta admit guys. You’ve really done a wonderful job. For you guys a Linux noob like me could install and use an Arch based system. Kudos to you guys!
Well, I had one issue with Cnchi during installation process where Cnchi did not auto update on its own even after a long time which resulted in lots of failed install attempts.
So, I think if instead of Cnchi auto updating and auto startup, could we have the installer icon on the desktop which the user could click to launch the installer application after which it would update and show the update progress and then continue with install?
This way the installer would be more interactive IMO (could help guys like me fight anxiety during installation
I’m new to the Antergos / Arch family (Noob alert!).
It looks like after the last pacman update it broke few things in my computer. Commands like “paccache” & “pacman-optimize” are not recognized by my system anymore.
Is it a genuine issue or did I mess something up? I’m not sure…