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  1. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Hello, it looks like indeed the encryption key is copied to initramfs, meaning we're basically leaving the keys under the "welcome" carpet when leaving home.
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  2. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Then i fail to understand why one would copy a file from etc to itself, as the source of the copy is already there.
  3. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    "cp /etc/crypt.system "${DESTDIR}"/etc/"
    line 1481
    Part of "/etc/initramfs-tools/hooks/loadinitramfskey.sh"

    If this is only copying to EFI partition, then EFI partition must be on removable...
  4. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Hello, looking at your scripts, it looks like you create an encryption keyfile (everything okay there) but copy it to initramfs later on.
    What will protect the keyfile once stored on initramfs? Did...
  5. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Hello,

    I didn't notice you asked for this, sorry.

    If using fancy git hosting providers such as github, you have a full web GUI where you can add, remove or modify text files (script) without...
  6. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Hello, i'm not sure I understand the purpose of the reapplyGrubUpdates function, is that because boot is encrypted and we have to rely entirely on efi partition to boot while we usually rely mostly...
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