I run Fedora 27 on a pc, that mainly runs scripts for my work. In the beginning I was using it as my workstation so I chose full disk encryption while installing. But now the encryption serves no use anymore. I plan to make a clean reinstall with no encryption at some point.
However I have to leave for some days and I want to have ssh access to that pc, and be able to remotely reboot it. Not something fancy. I just want to reboot it and leave it waiting at the Gnome user login screen. What is the easiest way to do this? I do not mind the security. I just want an easy way to bypass the boot passphrase remotely.
I saw some tutorials about Dropbear SSH, but I don't have the time to experiment with this solution at this point. Is there a fast and minimally meddling way to achieve this? Even some file where I can write the actual passphrase and let it read it from there?