I make no excuses for the title of this section, I don't typically use Linux for anything teribly important
anymore. There's not much in the way of "good" reasons, it's just not a system I enjoy working with
anymore. I greatly prefer working with the BSD family of operating systems, and looking into alternative designs
that may eventually become the revolutionary, "disruptive" system.
However, Linux is so ubiquitous that I have to use it at times, and this is where I'll stick information that may be beneficial to others. I'll try to be distro-agnostic, but depending on the topic being covered that may prove to be impossible.
linux = FDE; /* Setting up strong disk encryption */