ISTR hearing about an encrypted filesystem for Linux. Anyone know what the
software is called and where I can find it?
m i l o r o s "at" m i t o k o r "dot" c o m
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> ISTR hearing about an encrypted filesystem for Linux. Anyone know what
> software is called and where I can find it?
> m i l o r o s "at" m i t o k o r "dot" c o m
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Dear Linux experts,
Why oh why didn't I observe the old "never touch a running system" rule?
Now I have apparently done something stupid and recompiled a SuSE 2.4.10
Kernel with crypto filesystem options.
I allready had the standard SuSE Kernel (2.4.10-4GB) running like a
charm, but I thought it was a bit too "fat", loaded with lots of stuff I
never need (like USB support etc.)
My /home Partition was encrypted using the loop0 device and twofish
I have now set the compile options
directly into the kernel, since I need it all the time anyhow.
However after a reboot I cannto access my /home partition any more. When
I try to mount it manually using "mount -t ext3 /dev/loop0 /home" I get
wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop0,
or too many mounted file systems
error message. What did I do wrong? I do hope there is a non-destructive
way to get access to my /home partition again!
I don't dare issuing a "losetup -e twofish /dev/loop0 /dev/hdb5" command,
since it says all data on /dev/hdb5 will be lost.
Any help eagerly awaited and welcome!
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