[dm-crypt] crypttab "tmp" option and /tmp 1777 permissions
heiko.rosemann at web.de
Sun Feb 9 11:46:36 CET 2014
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On 02/09/2014 06:41 AM, Andrey Borzenkov wrote:
> Interesting thread
> which boils down to following:
> user is using "tmp" option for /tmp crypto container in
> /etc/crypttab (in this case it seems it was created by installer
> without user even realizing it). This recreates filesystem every
> time, this resetting permissions of fs root to default. It in turn
> breaks KDM which needs /tmp to be writable.
> I wonder what is the proper place to fix it. Reading crypttab
> manual, it says [...]
Cryptsetup/dm-crypt is not responsible for reading /etc/crypttab,
creating the filesystem and/or adjusting the permissions. This is left
to the distro maintainers (or maybe that know-it-all systemd - my
Slackware box has neither an /etc/crypttab nor systemd).
Even more so if the mapping is configured by the installer.
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