[dm-crypt] Auto mount encrypted partition with passphrase stored in a external driver
Gabriel.Almeida at harman.com
Wed Jan 13 09:45:11 CET 2016
I am having Ubuntu 14.04 at the moment.
Appreciate if you have any example on that.
From: dm-crypt [mailto:dm-crypt-bounces at saout.de] On Behalf Of Arno Wagner
Sent: Mittwoch, 13. Januar 2016 08:50
To: dm-crypt at saout.de
Subject: Re: [dm-crypt] Auto mount encrypted partition with passphrase stored in a external driver
that really depends on what you distro does for boot-up.
Best ask there or look into its documentation.
cryptsetup is just the commandline tool, it has no connection to the boot-up process. Some distro-specific mechanism can call it though, e.g. from an initrd.
If there is no distro-specific mechanism, then things get more messy.
On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 08:36:28 CET, Almeida, Gabriel wrote:
> Hello All,
> I would like to know how can I auto-mount an encrypted partition
> (LUKS) upon bootup. Idea is that passphrase is stored in a USB stick
> connected to the device. If passphrase is valid, the partition will
> be mounted upon bootup, if not, partition mounting will fail.
> Thx for your support.
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> dm-crypt at saout.de
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