ecryptfs and password
harlequix at googlemail.com
Tue May 24 17:40:12 UTC 2011
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On 04/25/2011 03:46 AM, ssc1478 wrote:
> I'm new to Fedora - been using Ubuntu for years. I just installed
> Fedora 14 to my laptop and selected to encrypt /home.
> When I boot, I have to enter the password for the encrypted directory.
> Did I set it up wrong? I didn't expect to have to enter the password
> at boot but instead thought the login password would be enough.
you might wanna have a look at cryptfsAuthConfig. It's a new feature in
Fedora 15 (released today hurray :-) ) and allows you to decrypt and
mount /home by entering your user password. Haven't looked in it yet and
and I don't know how well it is working.
Here do you find further instructions
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