Re: system drive encryption question
- Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2017 07:02:00 +0000
- From: Frank Weißer <linux@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: system drive encryption question
have a look at /etc/default/cryptdisks
> # Mountpoints to mount, before cryptsetup is invoked at initscripts. Takes
> # mountpoins which are configured in /etc/fstab as arguments. Separate
> # mountpoints by space.
> # This is useful for keyfiles on removable media. Default is unset.
I just tried it on a Fujitsu Lifebook E781, but i have LVM running and
get missing volume (containing the mountpath) :-(
No time for further testing now, so...
gould luck and kind regards
> I am not currently using debian as linux OS but
> considering it ...
> If I clean install debian (latest of course) and during
> the install process have its / (system drive)
> encrypted with pass-phrase ....
> then later on, can I add a key, residing on
> a usb flash drive, to that encryption?
> if yes, is there a step-by-step method one can follow to do that?
> thank you,