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Re: Encrypted file systems



On Tue, Jan 09, 2007 at 11:16:34 +0100, Matus UHLAR - fantomas wrote:
>On 08.01.07 16:27, Francis Healy wrote:
>> I currently use a Windows XP/Linux dual boot laptop.  My company will
>> likely begin to require encryption on laptop systems.  I have built a few
>> etch systems and noticed that it offers encryption as an option in the
>> setup.  My company uses PGP for encryption on Windows laptops.  Has anyone
>> tried disk encryption on a dual boot setup?
>
>I doubt you can use the same encrypted disk unless you buy solution
>that works under windows and linux too. You may googling, but if your
>company uses PGP, you could ask for linux version of it (I don't know
>if it exists)

The pgp.com site suggests that disk encryption is available for Win and
Mac, only.

One option might be LUKS, I got the impression that was supported for
both Linux and Win.

/M

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