Cockpit Unmanage Interfaces

When you installed Cockpit in Debian system and some of your interfaces are showing under the Unmanage interfaces section, the solution is to comment out the intefaces in /etc/network/interfaces. This will make the network-manager manage the interfaces; therefore, Cockpit will be able to manage the interfaces. Comment out the physical interfaces in /etc/network/interfaces. Restart the …

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Clevis and Tang – Network-bound disk encryption

To make the management of the LUKS encrypted disk(s), I think Clevis/Tang method is the easiest way. Clevis/Tang can decrypt and mount the disk(s) at boot. This is great for NAS servers that have multiple disks. Here is a link to a great presentation from DebConf explaining and demo-ing the Clevis and Tang. Figure 1 …

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