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In a nutshell, to use hibernate on encrypted swap you'll need to create a keyfile which is then used to unlock the LUKS-encrypted swap partition. This is in contrast to using a random encryption key, an option not compatible with hibernation. Of course, with this approach the location of the keyfile matters. You're best bet is to also encrypt your root ...


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I believe the easiest way would be to crypt your /home partition by using some tool like LUKS (Linux Unified Key Setup) : https://linux.die.net/man/8/cryptsetup. You can find a nice guide on how to do so here : https://geekpeek.net/disk-encryption-on-centos-linux/ . Of course, you can always reinstall the entire system. This could be even more optimized ...


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OK, unplugging power form the mac stops/halts the encryption process.


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