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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Masking kernel commandline parameters (2.6.7)
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> I'm sure you can do something similar for dmcrypt.

yes, there is....but just like you dislike my way, I disliked the approach you
mentioned (which is actually, how I've set up rootfs encryption
in the past here at work - due to the lack of an alternative approach).

i just find my approach more suitable (from a philosophical design point of
view) - as it provides a generic way for submitting sensitive data
during/before the boot phase to the kernel.

jp

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