Installation instructions are present – Sakaki official guide. Though it has to be emphasized that prerequisites aren’t quite exactly met – helper PC is missing (find one in AliExpress?), but at least smartphone with Tmux is already there – it’s interesting to try out if a SSH connections can be made through – via – public library reading room Internet WLAN.

At least verification was OK –

gpg --verify install-amd64-minimal-20200722T214503Z.iso.DIGESTS.asc
gpg: Signature made 2020 m. liepos 23 d. 05:21:05 EEST                          
gpg:                using RSA key 534E4209AB49EEE1C19D96162C44695DB9F6043D      
gpg: Good signature from "Gentoo Linux Release Engineering (Automated Weekly Rel
ease Key) <>" [unknown]                                        
gpg: WARNING: This key is not certified with a trusted signature!               
gpg:          There is no indication that the signature belongs to the owner.   
Primary key fingerprint: 13EB BDBE DE7A 1277 5DFD  B1BA BB57 2E0E 2D18 2910     
     Subkey fingerprint: 534E 4209 AB49 EEE1 C19D  9616 2C44 695D B9F6 043D     

SHA512 sums were intact:

awk '/SHA512 HASH/{getline;print}' install-amd64-minimal-20200722T214503Z.iso.DIGESTS.asc| sha512sum --check
install-amd64-minimal-20200722T214503Z.iso: OK                                  
install-amd64-minimal-20200722T214503Z.iso.CONTENTS.gz: OK

Off to load, go ahead and rebooting to insecure mode launch it ASAP – though not recruiters the audience with these terms, the wipe out to purge mode; college so called recommendations on work stuff – stamina – is gaining acceleration.

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