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Subjectwhat is needed to test the in-kernel crypto loop?
Andries,

You mentioned:

[util-linux is waiting for this; when 2.6 comes out, or the
first mount/losetup comes out that uses struct loop_info64,
whichever comes first, struct loop_info64 must be considered
frozen: a stable kernel must not change API and user space
ABI must remain constant. This means that if cryptoloop is
added later, some backwards compatibility is lost.]

Is a newer losetup/mount needed to test the in-kernel crypto loop driver?
The crypto-loop code is present in the bk repository, now.

Thanks.

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