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

    I could create a petition that asks Canonical to create FDE that includes /boot and works with Secure Boot. That's a start and should be fairly easy for them to implement. Here's an example...
  2. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Perhaps they provide a "secure" version to businesses?

    I gave my vote on all 4 bugs.

    But maybe we should start a petition to request a "true" Full Disk Encryption from Canonical. I believe it...
  3. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Do you know if there is a way we can suggest (petition) this feature to Canonical?

    Another question - I have /home on a separate partition from /boot and /root. In case I need reinstall Ubuntu...
  4. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Thank you Paddy! The troubleshooting guide worked perfectly! You are a lifesaver!

    Yes, I am using Ubuntu 18.04. The issue arose when I tried to restore a backup done with Timeshift.

    NB: As for...
  5. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Please help!

    I must have done something because now I don't get a password prompt on boot, only `grub>` and I get stuck on that. Booting from a LiveCD I can mount the encrypted partitions (boot...
  6. [all variants] Re: Manual Full System Encryption has been updated and simplified

    Is the below procedure something I can do once the system has already been encrypted, or do I need to modify Paddy's script beforehand?

    Also could you elaborate on as I don't understand what it's...
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