Re: no root file system after encryption
On 2015-05-05 12:39, David Christensen wrote:
Briefly -- to obtain encrypted file systems, the process is to create
partitions, mark them as encrypted volumes, configure the encrypted
volumes, and then put LVM and/or file systems into the encrypted volumes.
Why not the other way? I have been doing it the other way for years
with no perceived difficulties: create RAID1 with two drives, then LVM,
and set up encryption for three LVM virtual partitions, swap (random
key), tmp and home (both with passphrases)-- everything else in
unencrypted virtual partitions.
Regards, Ken Heard