Luks formatted drives for casper-rw
just use unionfs and squashfs combined to set up an persisent readonly device where you can boot from.
your kernel need to be patched for those filesystems. look at the live-helper.
On Sat, 16 Aug 2008 23:26:53 +0200, Daniel Baumann <daniel at debian.org> wrote:
> Jeremy wrote:
>> I was referring to the casper-rw partition which I believe
>> live-initramfs still uses for persistence? (correct me if I'm wrong)
> no; live-initramfs uses live-rw.
>> The question is what types of filesystems will live-initramfs accept for
>> a persistence partition. (or if I'm way off, how do you set up
>> Is there any way to encrypt the persistence storage?
> i have no idea about persistence; marco?
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