One time a RHEL kernel update basically stopped producing entropy on our virtual machines at work.

The red hat supporter suggested that I should move the mouse and keyboard to generate entropy.
I reminded him that it was a virtual machine.
He assured me that he wasn't trying to make a joke.
We agreed to disagree about the meaning of the word "regression".

And since then I've installed havaged on like 400 virtual machines as one of the first things in provisioning.

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