Alternate Ubuntu 10.04 installer with braile or speech support

Alex H. linuxx64.bashsh at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 16:02:06 GMT 2010


Hi,

What about using TrueCrypt and just encrypt the partition after
installing the regular version of ubuntu? I think TC comes with a GTK
interface and you can always use the console.
HTH,
Alex

On 11/7/10, Eric Scheibler <mailinglist at eric-scheibler.de> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> I'am relativly new in the Linux world. Now I want to try ubuntu 10.04
> with my Laptop but I have a problem with the installer.
> The most important feature for me is the full disk encryption. A few
> months ago I installed a Debian 5.0 server, this was my first Linux
> installation. During the process I found the option for the disk
> encryption: "encryption and LVM with one partition". This was exactly
> what I want. I've chosen it,  it's working fine until now and the best:
> it was very easy to do.
> Now I also searched this option in the Ubuntu installer, cause the
> encryption for a laptop is much more important than for a server. But
> these options are not included in the standard Ubuntu installer, but
> only in the alternate one. So I downloaded the alternate installer but
> this one doesn't support braille or speech output during installation
> process.
> I hope, all I wrote so far, is right.
> Is it possible, to integrate Brltty in the alternate installer? Or does
> anyone know, how I can set up LVM and full disk encryption after
> installation of Ubuntu?
>
> Thank you in advance.
> Regards
> Eric
>
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