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Jonas Meurer 02-13-2011 11:51 AM

Bug#515294: cryptsetup: Configurable passphrase prompt
 
Hey,

On 12/02/2011 Rodolfo kix Garcia wrote:
> In the other bug, the user wants a different prompt:
>
> PROMPT="Hello boy, What's your passwd: "
>
> Probably, this options should be in a config file. Any ideas?

I'm unsure what to do about that bug. Maybe the initramfs maintainers
have a suggestion?

either the cryptroot-hook modifies the prompt in cryptroot-script
according to an environment variable at mkinitramfs time.

or a configuration file is added to the initramfs, which the
cryptroot-script includes in order to set the prompt.

question to the initramfs maintainers: are the environment variables
from /usr/share/initramfs-tools/conf-hooks.d/* available to the
initramfs hook scripts? It seems to me that this is not the case.

and the second question: initramfs doesn't have support for translated
strings yet, does it?

greetings,
jonas


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