2 Capitalization errors, minor punctuation errors, missing formatting. Although possibly relevant, the operating system that is running a Linux kernel is never specified. As only the OP knows the answer to that I left it alone. I may ask about it in a comment.
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I have some data on a ZFS in a machine running FreeBSD that needs evacuation. I have a disc in a USB enclosure with enough space, but it's encrypted using LuksLUKS on a machine running Linux. Is there any way to connect the disc directly to the FreeBSD box, or will I need to copy data through a Linux box (sshssh or NFS to the FreeBSD)?

(I don't have room for all the discs in the zpool in any box running Linux, so don't tell me about the option of doing that and using one of the zfsZFS implementations available on linuxLinux.)

I have some data on a ZFS in a machine running FreeBSD that needs evacuation. I have a disc in a USB enclosure with enough space, but it's encrypted using Luks on a machine running Linux. Is there any way to connect the disc directly to the FreeBSD box, or will I need to copy data through a Linux box (ssh or NFS to the FreeBSD)?

(I don't have room for all the discs in the zpool in any box running Linux, so don't tell me about the option of doing that and using one of the zfs implementations available on linux)

I have some data on a ZFS in a machine running FreeBSD that needs evacuation. I have a disc in a USB enclosure with enough space, but it's encrypted using LUKS on a machine running Linux. Is there any way to connect the disc directly to the FreeBSD box, or will I need to copy data through a Linux box (ssh or NFS to the FreeBSD)?

(I don't have room for all the discs in the zpool in any box running Linux, so don't tell me about the option of doing that and using one of the ZFS implementations available on Linux.)

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Accessing Luks-encrypted disc from FreeBSD

I have some data on a ZFS in a machine running FreeBSD that needs evacuation. I have a disc in a USB enclosure with enough space, but it's encrypted using Luks on a machine running Linux. Is there any way to connect the disc directly to the FreeBSD box, or will I need to copy data through a Linux box (ssh or NFS to the FreeBSD)?

(I don't have room for all the discs in the zpool in any box running Linux, so don't tell me about the option of doing that and using one of the zfs implementations available on linux)