9 years ago
I tried installing Linux Mint 14 with full disk encryption using the instructions in the Full Disk Encryption easy HOWTO, but while I was able to follow all the steps, the system didn't boot after installation. In Linux Mint 14, however, there's an even easier way.
The default installer for Linux Mint 14 does not support configuring full disk encryption, but a newer version of the installer does. All you need to do it to upgrade the installer before you start the installation.
$ sudo apt-get remove ubiquity $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install ubiquity $ sudo ubiquity
This will start the upgraded installer, which has the option of automatically configuring full disk encryption into use.
quickey , anyone tried this on latest linuxmint 16 cinnamon ofcos.. ill like to install it on second hard drive with full encryption
Unfortunately when I do this, even with the apt-get update it just continually comes back with Ubiquity 2.10.16, it is not getting Ubiquity 2.12.16 which has the Full Disk Encryption option. I have verified that I've got a good internet connection, and it isn't throwing any errors on any of it. It's just only getting the old, incorrect version. Suggestions? Is there somewhere I can just grab the .deb file(s) I need?
Did anyone of you get this working under Linux Mint 13?
I am running it in a VM with 40GB space, so it should be no problem at all. But I get this: http://pastebin.com/cpeqhcki
Life saver :) Thank you so much!