Thanks, that’s it:
$ ps -ef | grep haveged
Arch: “/usr/bin/haveged -F -w 1024 -v 1”
After killing it takes much longer again.
Now I’ll search how good haveged is BTW, or what’s the reason for Ubuntu (and probably others) not to run it?
Hi, (hope I posted this in the correct sub-forum)
when creating a 4096bit RSA key pair ($gpg --full-gen-key) ((1) choice), it takes only seconds for such a long key to create, whereas in Ubuntu it takes minutes. I’m concerned about the randomness/security of such a key. Why is it created within seconds? I’m testing in Virtualbox.
BTW: When using Seahorse and creating a new key, I can’t click the Create button. Bug? Seahorse seems also not to list any keys created with gpg.
I just did a clean install of antergos-2015.04.18-x86_64.iso from http://build.antergos.com/browse/testing. While installation everything seemed to went fine (chose Cinnamon) but after reboot I get this boot error message: “[FAILED] Failed to start Light Display Manager. See “sysemctl status lightdm.service” for details.” http://image-upload.de/image/wDIbOT/bc696fd8a2.png (Virtualbox). Nothing happens when I wait.