Specifying entropy source

Lukas Tröbinger lukas.troebinger at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 20:39:51 CET 2016

i run also into the same problem. At the end, it seems the rng-tools are
not so recommended. So i went with haveged because of the algorithm it
uses. Haveged runs as a background daemon and won't bother you in the
I know a good hosting provider where it is preinstalled and a good linux
admin who uses it as a standard repertoir tool.


2016-11-16 19:12 GMT+01:00 NdK <ndk.clanbo at gmail.com>:

> Il 16/11/2016 15:55, Juergen Christoffel ha scritto:
> > Then there are http://www.bitbabbler.org and
> > http://ubld.it/products/truerng-hardware-random-number-generator/ as
> > hardware random number generators. Both are worth their money IMO.
> Why not GnuK, that incorporates a TRNG too?
> There's even a version that only includes the TRNG, and it's completely
> open.
> BYtE,
>  Diego
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