Luks Encrypted Drives

To configure a Luks encrypted drive to start on boot, simply create a key file and add it to the list of keys for that device.  Below are some hints to help.  Doing this you won’t have to put the password in each time the system boots.  Beware this means your key file goes with your encrypted data if the hardware walks off, hence making your encryption useless.  However, you could in theory use a thumb drive, CD drive, etc. to store the key file so that you could remove […]

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