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Ever wondered how to automatically lock your screen when you put your laptop to sleep? Like me you most likely found a SystemD unit file looking a lot like the one below. What annoyed me though was that the lock command would be executed after the system reached the sleep target, ergo when waking up. This resulted in a brief flicker where my screen was visible before i3lock kicked in.
This blog entry is my personal documentation. If it helps others even better. I will try to keep it as up to date as possible. What helped me when I tried this the first time was the github gist by codedreality. Since then I modified and adapted his procedure a bit to fit my personal needs.
The goal is to have an encrypted Arch Linux running on ZFS as root file system with an additional swap partition to enable hibernation.
Quick note to myself.
Having an environment where some services (LDAP, Radius, …) that the F5 needs to access are not reachable from the Virtual Server but only via the management interface can be tricky. Adding a specific route to the host in question will solve this.
The command where 10.0.20.10 is the server we want to reach and 10.0.10.1 the gateway for the management interface is:
tmsh create sys management-route 10.