jeremy at fam-schoenhaar.de
Fri Nov 24 18:19:13 GMT 2006
Am Freitag, den 24.11.2006, 12:21 -0500 schrieb Anthony Yarusso:
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> Jeremy Schoenhaar wrote:
> > Am Freitag, den 24.11.2006, 09:43 +0100 schrieb rupert:
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> >> From: rupert <rupertt at gmail.com>
> >> Date: Nov 24, 2006 9:42 AM
> >> Subject: Re: Harddisk Encryption
> >> To: Jeremy Schoenhaar <jeremy at fam-schoenhaar.de>
> >> you can use luks-tools for creating the encrypted device.
> >> I wrote a small GUI to manage encrypted LUKS-Volumes after they are
> >> created.
> >> http://gnomefiles.com/app.php/CryptoMaster
> >> But to have the option to encrypt the root partition by default during
> >> the installation is
> >> a very good feature request !
> >> greetings
> >> rupertt
> > Then, although I am not an official member of the development team, I'll
> > get started on engineering. I wouldn't plan on seeing it in feisty
> > though. Feisty+1 maybe (if I'm lucky).
> > Jeremy Schoenhaar
> We actually have docs that claim this is already possible, but it is
> not actually true. There is a discrepancy between our documentation
> and what is actually available on the installer - perhaps a feature
> was dropped during a devel cycle but left in the documentation? See
> the following URL for where it is claimed encrypted devices can be set
> up upon install in Edgy:
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In that case, there may even be a framework in the installer that would
only need to be modified/uncommented. Perhaps someone on the installer
team is reading in and can save me the time of sorting out the
source/hunting for something that may or may not be there.
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