I'm on Kubuntu 22.10. Given I'm installing onto a laptop with no S3 sleep support, having hibernate, secure boot, and an encrypted drive are 3 things that are pretty desirable. Is it at all possible to have all three at once? I've scoured the internet for quite a while, haven't found a difinitive yes/no answer or a solution if the answer is yes.


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The easy way to have encrypted swap on Ubuntu is to use LVM-on-LUKS. a swap file on an encrypted root should work with an extra kernel parameter resume_offset.


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