Krzysztof Rusocki wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> you may also take a look at Loopback-Encrypted-Filesystem-HOWTO on
> www.linuxdoc.org ,
> you'll need to patch your kernel with encryption patch (available on
> ftp.kernel.org afaik).. However i do not know how is it going to interact
> with XFS - opinion of someone who did try to patch XFS tree with crypto
> patch would really be needed here...
i did some testing with xfs kernel and crypto patch from
http://www.kerneli.org . i guess thats the one you are talking about.
but i was not able to make a xfs filesystem on the loopback, since the
encrypted filesystems are mounted on loopback device. it worked fine
with ext2, but some errors on making the xfs. when i remember right i
was able to mount the loopback, but could not write on it. i also can't
remember the errors (been quite a while).
if someone is interested a could do some more testing. right now i am
using ext2 on my encrypted filesystems.
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