My laptop's been running standard Ubuntu 19.04 for some time now. I had the idea of swapping its bootloader, GRUB2, for systemd-boot, using the XanMod kernel and swapping its bunch-of-GPT-partitions into LUKS + LVM. Motivation? I was bored as fuck during this self-imposed quarantine. Quick word of warning, this post
I used to like VyOS quite a lot as a general-purpose lightweight Linux-based easily virtualised router appliance. It didn't really have anything to complain about, other than the fact that the latest build for its version 1.1.8 was released late-2017. Starting October 2018 it's getting too old. Components
Authenticating VyOS users with RADIUS is easy, but there's a couple of gotchas you should know of. How to actually do itYou can configure one or more RADIUS servers for authentication under system login: set system login radius-server 192.168.0.100 secret YourSharedSecretInPlainTextKeepItSafe set system login radius-server 192.168.