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Old 01-11-2006, 02:19 PM   #1
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DISCUSSION: Protecting Files Using Encrypted Containers

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Kernel version 2.6.4-rc2 or higher.

KDE version 3.3 or higher must be installed (optional)

root access for initial setup.

System Configuration

Enable the device-mapper module - this lets you create new logical block devices from portions of existing devices. The block devices then are "mapped" to devices that for our use are treated like normal drive partitions.

Enable dm-crypt
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The link seems to be broken :
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That's the 2nd one from that day. What happened to the articles?

Did: DISCUSSION: Configuring Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) Server9
& DISCUSSION: DTS to AC3 suffer the same fate?


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