[dm-crypt] Decrypt a volume without user intervention
cavallini.koan at gmail.com
Wed Aug 23 10:32:06 CEST 2017
2017-08-22 17:09 GMT+02:00 Carlos E. R. <robin.listas at telefonica.net>:
> I'm not a guru, but I do that easily.
> cr_home /dev/disk/by-id/something-part5 none none
> cr_two /dev/disk/by-uuid/someuuid /home/cer/Keys/the_two_keyfile auto
> /dev/mapper/cr_home /home xfs lazytime,,nofail 0 2
> /dev/mapper/cr_two /data/two xfs user,lazytime,exec,nofail 1 3
> "/data/two" is mounted automatically without asking for the passphrase, after home is mounted.
> You should not have the key file available on a non-encrypted mount, of course. Or not one that is always available on the computer, or the thieves will open your files.
thank you for answering.
With your procedure "/data/two" is mounted automatically because the
passphrase is in /home but is expected to enter a passphrase to
decrypt /home ?
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