Unlock Existing LUKS Encrypted Drives With A Keyfile
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10th February 2012, 09:22
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/boot is not encrypted. You need to put it somewhere else.
What I did is put it in /root because I don't mount /root on a seperate partition so it gets unlocked with "/" during boot up process
But once that is unlocked, you can set it to auto-unlock everything else.
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