After reading the comments posted so far I have a couple questions.
Like a previous question I have to wonder why the kernel random number generator hasn't been hammered into as bulletproof a generator as possible (maybe it has and I'm just misreading the comments)?
And more importantly, with as important as randomness is to encryption why on earth there isn't a true hardware random number generator (an oscillating circuit or micro machine or something) in every CPU, or separately mounted to every single motherboard?
It would seem to me that this is so bloody important that I'm astonished it's not already been addressed in such a manner that there is a solution that's been tested and verified for a decade. Without valid randomness encryption is darn near worthless. So I'm absolutely astounded that this hasn't been addressed completely a long time ago.