Thanks for the clarification.
I would love to be able to contribute back to the project! But like many other users, I suspect my programming skills are hardly up to the task. That said, I am more than willing to put in the effort. Can someone guide me on where to start looking and some ideas to what might be required.
I understand it probably is asking too much, but this guidance would be very helpful and would give me an opportunity to hopefully contribute.
> Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2012 15:24:23 +0200
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> Subject: Re: Debian-live systems with encrypted live-media device - what do you specify for the live-media boot parameter?
> On 09/16/2012 05:39 AM, Steve R wrote:
> > Is there some way I can indicate to live-boot that the live-media is on
> > a LUKS encrypted device and needs to be decrypted first?
> currently not, no.
> we do support booting live images stored on an unencrypted filesystem as
> well as booting live systems from an encrypted filesystem, but currently
> not the combination of the two (live image from encrypted filesystem).
> patches welcome ;)
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