Instead of all that, why not put the key on a USB solid state disk ($20) or
use something like a JavaRing ? Why not put the whole CIPE config on the
thing ? Run ciped-cb from inittab and it'll keep dying until the key becomes
On Friday 17 January 2003 11:58 am, Bill Cox wrote:
> It's a good thing I'm not a real sys-admin, and have a regular day job
> as a programmer. I've been letting people take our source code out of
> the office without encrypting the source code partition! I'm definitely
> looking into this.
> Thanks for the tip.
> Les Mikesell wrote:
> From: "Gregory Hosler" <gregory.hosler,AT,eno,DOT,ericsson,DOT,se>
> >>the password is on the root partition (in /etc/cipe, which by definition
> >>be in the root partition). if you're gonna encrypt the root partition,
> >> and
> >>lend out the laptop, you need to release the password for the root
> >> partition, otherwise you might as well not lend out the laptop in the
> >> first place.
> >You can mount a different partition on /etc/cipe or make the directory
> >a symlink to one on an encrypted partition, or change the invocation
> >of ciped-cb to use the -o option with the options file residing anywhere
> >you want.
> > Les Mikesell
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