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From: "Luiz Otavio Duarte" <lod@...>
Subject: Re: Encrypting a user home folder on a laptop
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2008 11:44:32 -0300
Hi

  Here, I'm using loop-AES to crypt all my filesystem. It's really
great and fast. (Actually I run some VMs in my machine...)

  Some links:
   http://www-curri.u-strasbg.fr/documentation/calcul/doc/ProPack/3SP1/docs/HOWTO/html/Encrypted-Root-Filesystem-HOWTO.html

  Basically, you just need a partition or a file that you map using
loopsetup and then mount. ( But  you need the kernel support and a new
Util-linux distribution. Nothing hard for a gentoo user)

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References:
Encrypting a user home folder on a laptop
-- Randy Barlow
Re: Encrypting a user home folder on a laptop
-- Naga Toro
Re: Encrypting a user home folder on a laptop
-- Florian Philipp
Re: Encrypting a user home folder on a laptop
-- Naga Toro
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