Re: root fs/crypted
Having a crypto install option (even if it's a little more complex to
get) is still better than not having one.
At this point, all one can do is encrypt a filesystem off of a non-
encrypted root partition. Like removable media or something else that
is mounted by hand. There are some logistical problems with doing
that for a root filesystem, but those can probably be worked out.
Does anyone know of a good cypherpunks list/site?
On Wed, 30 May 2001, Hubert Chan wrote:
> Don't forget those countries where the use of cryptography at all is
> If Debian were to implement a cryptography-by-default install, it would
> also need a non-cryptographic install. The cryptographic install would
> also only be avaiable via non-US and its mirrors due to export
> restrictions in certain countries.