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    Question Manually set up an encrypted lvm

    How can I set up an encrypted LVM without using the "Guided - Use entire disk" option of the alternate installer.

    My drive is quite big and I would like to be able to have my encrypted LVM as well as an extra LUKS encrypted partition which I could mount whenever needed. Unfortunately the options in the alternate installer do not allow me to do this without using up the entire disk.
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    Re: Manually set up an encrypted lvm

    This thread appears to be what you're looking for. However, I am using this guide running into an issue when booting from a fresh install of Ubuntu 10.04.

    This guide did work for 8.10 - 9.10 although it was missing information on how to proceed for some additional steps added since the guide was created.

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1205372

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    Re: Manually set up an encrypted lvm

    Select: Partition disks
    Select: Manual

    or if you find it easier, the alternate installer gives you the option to execute a shell. Use cfdisk or fdisk and do it yourself +lvm etc. then exit back to the installer set the mountpoints etc. and continue with the installer.

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