I live in the UK and still feel the effects of US software patents.
If a company is not planning/investing in their patents, they should lose the right to enforce them.
I guess that you make your money from Windows development and do not have the faintest when it comes to any other OS tech. My advice to you is to broaden your horizons.
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It works a treat.
Totally transparent to the user, no typing in 128bit pass phrases. The user's password unwraps the 128-bit pass phrase at login.
The user's password can change, this just re-wraps the 128-bit pass phrase using the new user password.
It is a good idea to make a note of the 128-bit pass phrase by using the command:
I think the option for encrypted home folders is only available using the alternate installer.
There is also support for adding other users with their own encrypted folders.
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