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"You probably noticed I am using ext2 as the cryptoloop filesystem. That's a safe choice, cause journaled filesystems are reported to have bad problems with cryptoloops. So, if you want to setup things in this old way, stay with ext2 or consider using the device mapper instead (as described further in the article). You can finally mount your encrypted filesystem now. In my case I do:"

 (Submitted by Noel Fri Oct 8, 2004 )


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