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Old 11-18-2004, 07:05 PM   #1
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How to boot an encrypted filesystem from removable medium?

I would like to have a completely encrypted filesystem and boot from either a thumbdrive or a floppy to decrypt everything as it boots up. I know it's possible but I can't find much on how to do it.

Can anyone guide me along a little?? Thanks!
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Have you tried the 'encrypted root filesystem howto', which is here ?
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I have now! That's exactly what I needed. Thanks!!


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