Dual boot on different hard drives completely isolated from each other

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  1.    #11

    Wet-proof


    Well, you can also deselect the <<mount at system startup>> switch in Disk. From Ubuntu, to make it more wet proof ounce you're done with parameters setup, purge Disk so that no one access Windows hard disk or main partition when dual boot.

    Code:
    sudo apt purge gnome-disk-utility
    It is available from gnome-software or in Synaptic if Disk setup doesn't last. Just redo the hiding setup. If you lock the boot sequence or boot order in the BIOS, it won't boot in Ubuntu if Windows is first or vice-versa. Same when dual-boot.

    For erasing stuff, an intruder(s) would have to run a script to do so. To prevent such script from running and to set privacy at a high level, a shark-troublemaker would also remove the terminal:

    Code:
    sudo apt purge gnome-terminal-data
    Plus the Software App:

    Code:
    sudo apt purge gnome-software
    To recover Disk and Terminal get this app:

    Code:
    sudo apt install synaptic
    Search for gnome-disk-utility in it and/or gnome-terminal-data to re-install them. Same for the software app.

    Take care,
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    #12

    Wet-proof Two


    One last nail to make it wet-proof. Create a guess account in Ubuntu, set it the way you want. Logout-login to activate it and restart in the admin account to delete the network connection(s). Just click on forget to remove the network access password for WIFI and wired. Admin privileges are now unreachable.

    Increase security level by running the latest stable Kernel.

    Latest stable Kernel:
    https://www.kernel.org

    Get the debian packages there:
    Index of /~kernel-ppa/mainline

    Download the following packages in the Downloads folder:
    1. Headers all.deb
    2. Headers-generic amd64.deb
    3. Image-generic amd64.deb
    4. Modules-generic amd64.deb

    Compile them that way:
    Code:
    cd //home/your user name/Downloads
    Code:
    sudo dpkg -i *.deb
    Code:
    sudo reboot
    Make sure that apps that were removed are not re-install by an update(s). There are no updates, rare for the LTS version. Lastly and not to get error pop-up and/or disturb Ubuntu servers, disable Apport. Just set the 2 values to zero. Save and exit.

    Code:
    sudo -i gedit /etc/default/apport
    Find your way by playing with the machine.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 
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