Re: f9 encrypted fs - how???

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Wolfgang S. Rupprecht wrote:
I see lots of references that F9 supports a encrypted filesystems
natively and I recall that the installer even offered to set up
encryption for me.  The question is, how does one set up encryption
later on?  I can't find any recent documentation.  Google has millions
of hits for all sorts of crazy schemes dating back to very early
fedoras, but I have yet to find documentation for how to do it in F9,
other than reinstalling things from scratch.  Anyone have any
pointers?

I believe you can do it with a partition or a file, but I don't remember where I saw the info on that. You probably need to look at LUKS docs, I saw an example of creating a file and making a LUKS mount using it.
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