The Infinite Noise TRNG is an open source random number generator. Check the GitHub repository from Bill Cox (waywardgeek) for detailed documentation of the hardware design.
My contributions to the software side of this project are of course included in these builds.
This means, systemd- and udev rules are included for automatic start of the driver when connecting the device. Also its now possible to connect multiple devices to one computer (mainly for testing purposes).
Signed repositories are also available for Ubuntu, CentOS 7 and Raspbian (ARMv7) – see below.
The debian and ubuntu packages are signed with PGP Key-Id: 0x4E730A3C)
Debian / Ubuntu Repositories
To ensure authenticity of the packages, please add my PGP code signing key to your apt key-ring:
$ wget -O - https://13-37.org/files/pubkey.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
Install and receive updates for the Infinite Noise TRNG driver by adding the respective repository to your /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://repo.13-37.org/ stable main
#deb-src http://repo.13-37.org/ stable main
$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install infnoise
ArchLinux User Repository
Use packages from above. AUR coming soon…
also coming soon…
Code and Documentation
– minor bug fixes
– added support for multiple devices. New options introduced: –list-devices and –serial to specify the serial number of the FT240 USB chip.
– initial Releases for Ubuntu, Debian/Raspbian, ArchLinux and CentOS7