unusable encrypted volume on a live USB (because of passphrase)
(I wish I would quit forgetting important details.)
On Sun, Feb 26, 2012 at 5:47 PM, Joel Rees <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This was my second try at a live USB, and I decided to experiment with
> an encrypted volume for /home. Used a bunch of leetsp3@k substitutions
... I mean, for the passphrase ...
> without thinking about the keyboard, so I can't mount the partition on
> boot. So, I'm wondering how hard it would be to reclaim the part of
> the flash disk being used for the encrypted volume, or whether it
> might just be easier to wipe the live image and start over.
> Can someone point me to the stuff the live images use to put encrypted
> volumes on these FAT disks? I tend to get lost in all the interesting
> side paths when I dig into the wiki without guidance.
> Joel Rees
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