After looking into this a bit, I found myself presented with two options:
- Create a new physical volume on the disc and transfer everything over, perhaps a bit too complex for a simple mind like mine
- Use cryptsetup to remove the encryption on /dev/sda1, something I'm much more inclined to do since it hopefully would not involve moving tons of data around.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to go about doing either? All help is appreciated
Edit: After a bit of time spent on this problem, I've found that the easiest solution was to go into:
and edit the line:
$cryptkeyscript "$cryptkey" | $cryptcreate --key-file=- ; then
Which put the password straight into the decryption part of the code, rather than prompting the user. It's hackish, and I'd definitely like to say to remember to put "echo -n" so it doesn't mess it up and lock you out, but it works, which is what I was looking for.
echo -n "PASSWORD" | $cryptcreate --key-file=- ; then