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You could install the boot files in the USB drive and use it for regular boot every time. This would allow you to have the complete disk encrypted. The USB drive can be unmounted after kernel is load …
answered Sep 14 '18 by sebasth
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Debian based distributions: Debian and Ubuntu ship a password caching script decrypt_keyctl with cryptsetup package. decrypt_keyctl script provides the same password to multiple encrypted LUKS targe …
answered Sep 14 '17 by sebasth