Re: How To Encrypt existing home directory?



On Tue, Mar 25, 2008 at 1:11 PM, Pedro Vanzella <ppvanzella@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

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Hello!
I want to encrypt my existing home directory (I don't mind losing the
files, actually, I can make a backup) and the swap partition.
Is there an easy how-to to help me do that? I looked around but all I
found was some very long guides on how to change the file system to an
ecrypted FS.
By the way, my home partition is reiserFS.

Thanks!
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If reinstalling is an option the alternate install cd offers an encryption
feature
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