Re: My method for mounting an encrypted home with debian-live
Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Jeff Lessem wrote:
>> I decided the easiest way to do this would be with a disk image
>> mounted as a loopback device, and then let cryptsetup handle it
> the technically better way is to have a persistent partition and have
> that one encrypted through luks.
Possibly, but part of my goal was to not require repartitioning the
USB stick or using a filesystem on the USB stick that wasn't easily
accessible from lesser OS's. I like the convenience factor of being
able to copy a directory and bootloader to a flash drive, and then
have a working Debian system.