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Old 12-20-2003, 01:00 PM   #1
pqpdc
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CryptoApi works in kernel 2.6.0?


I'm using the new kernel, 2.6.0, but cryptoapi don't work.

I have this error:

# losetup -e twofish -k 256 -P sha512 /dev/loop0 arquivo
The cipher does not exist, or a cipher module needs to be loaded into the kernel
ioctl: LOOP_SET_STATUS: Invalid argument

I have upgrade and patched the losetup and mount. And the modules seem to be ok.

# lsmod
fglrx 201924 165
sha512 9984 0
twofish 42240 0
cryptoloop 3712 0
loop 17352 1 cryptoloop
ltserial 6500 3
ltmodem 532976 1 ltserial


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