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gluesniffmonkey 06-04-2010 09:44 AM

How do I dual boot Windows XP and Slackware 13.1 with dm-crypt luks with lilo?
 
How do I dual boot Windows XP and Slackware 13.1 with dm-crypt luks with lilo?

I can find a lot of references for doing it with grub:

http://www.steve-oh.com/blog/index.p...ith-truecrypt/

fruttenboel 06-05-2010 04:38 AM

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Originally Posted by FelixDzerzhinsk (Post 3992390)
How do I dual boot Windows XP and Slackware 13.1 with dm-crypt luks with lilo?

I can find a lot of references for doing it with grub:

http://www.steve-oh.com/blog/index.p...ith-truecrypt/

Have you read my pages at http://fruttenboel.verhoeven272.nl/l...trogen.html.gz etc?

gluesniffmonkey 06-05-2010 06:58 AM

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Originally Posted by FelixDzerzhinsk (Post 3992390)
How do I dual boot Windows XP and Slackware 13.1 with dm-crypt luks with lilo?

I can find a lot of references for doing it with grub:

http://www.steve-oh.com/blog/index.p...ith-truecrypt/

Thanks. It is an interesting site with some good tips. Maybe I am missing something but I searched for Truecrypt and dm-crypt. I don't see them in the link you sent.

So I am still looking for how to dual boot using lilo with both system's fully encrypted. (Except /boot in Slackware.)

fruttenboel 06-06-2010 07:53 AM

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Originally Posted by FelixDzerzhinsk (Post 3993204)
Thanks. It is an interesting site with some good tips. Maybe I am missing something but I searched for Truecrypt and dm-crypt. I don't see them in the link you sent.

So I am still looking for how to dual boot using lilo with both system's fully encrypted. (Except /boot in Slackware.)

why does every OPEN source guy want to ENCRYPT everything that is his?

just keep things open. believe in people. food isn;t encrypted yet nobody dies from it

T3slider 06-06-2010 06:08 PM

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Originally Posted by fruttenboel (Post 3994166)
why does every OPEN source guy want to ENCRYPT everything that is his?

Because we would like to keep it ours instead of his, hers and everyone else's. :p

GazL 06-06-2010 07:01 PM

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Originally Posted by fruttenboel (Post 3994166)
why does every OPEN source guy want to ENCRYPT everything that is his?

just keep things open. believe in people. food isn;t encrypted yet nobody dies from it

When you've had some pond-scum burglar break into your home and steal your PC it tends to open your eyes. Encryption is not only for the tin-foil hat wearing conspiracy nuts who think the government is out to get them, or for the dirty raincoat brigade to hide their stash of porn in. It's also for us normal folk who just want some peace of mind.


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