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Hey guys i am on a Debian following this guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upOqR4HPi60 and when i type in this command

cryptsetup luksAddKey /dev/YourDeviceName /keyfile

i get

cryptsetup: command not found

Ive been searching around and i can't find anyone with a problem like this. Also something that might have something to do with it is that in /etc/crypttab it says discard at the end. does that mean its disabled maybe?

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In Debian this utility is stored as /sbin/cryptsetup, thus it's supposed to be available only to the root user.

Use the full path, e.g.

/sbin/cryptsetup

or run it via sudo:

sudo cryptsetup

or add it to PATH, e.g.

PATH="/sbin:$PATH" cryptsetup

Lastly you might be missing the package though it seems very unlikely: sudo apt install cryptsetup-bin will fix it.

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