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Re: Linux Encrypted File Sytem

Did you try CFS? It does not require any patches to the kernel or 
the mount program.


Mike Gorsuch wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I'm hoping that you guys can point me in the right direction.  I have become
> very interested in the idea of an encrypted file system, rather than encrypting
> individual files.  I read an article in the Linux Journal that talked about how
> to give Linux the support.  Well, first I had to get the source for an older
> kernel, 2.0.30, and use the patches.  It patched and compiled fine. Next I was
> supposed to patch mount.  The problem I am facing is that the mount source will
> not take the patch right.  
> If anyone can help me on these two issues I would be very happy:
> 1) What source version of mount do I need to use?
> 2) Is there a way to get kernel 2.0.35 or later to use this support?
> Mike
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