I've upgraded my linux installation to kernel 2.6.38-2 (Debian testing). With the new kernel, loop-aes does not compile, so I cannot mount my encrypted volumes. I heared that it is possible to use some compatibility mode of cryptsetup to mount encrypted volumes of loop-aes, so my question is:
How can I do that?
I have been searching for hours with Google and couldn't find anything that worked. With loop-aes, I was mounting partitions with the following entry in /etc/fstab:
/dev/sdb2 /mount/data ext4 user,noauto,loop,encryption=aes256 0 0
How would the cryptsetup command line look like? I would prefer an fstab entry, if possible, but a command line would do as well. I'm fairly desperate!