full-disk encryption example: eliminate unnecessary commands

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John McQuah 2022-08-07 18:19:42 -04:00
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# crux-3.7.iso needs a kernel with CONFIG_CRYTPO_USER_API_SKCIPHER set for serpent cipher
# extra packages lz4 if you choose this compression mode for the kernel
# dracut and lvm2 needed to access the logical volumes when booting
# This outline of a CRUX installation for full-disk encryption is provided
# WITHOUT WARRANTY. Use at your own risk.
# Extra packages: lz4 if you choose this compression mode for the kernel,
# dracut and lvm2 to access the logical volumes when booting
parted -s -a optimal /dev/sda \
mklabel gpt \
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cryptsetup luksFormat --type luks2 -c serpent-xts-plain64 -s 512 /dev/sda3
##### The device node is now set up, but it needs a mapping to be usable as disk space
##### Replace 'ENCRYPTED' with whatever name you want
cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sda3 ENCRYPTED
pvcreate /dev/mapper/ENCRYPTED
@ -73,7 +75,8 @@ cat <<EOF > /etc/fstab
/dev/mapper/ENCRYPTED-home /home f2fs defaults 0 0
EOF
##### Now write a custom initscript to handle the encrypted swap partition,
##### Now write a custom initscript to create an encrypted swap partition with
##### randomized cipher on each boot
cat <<EOF > /etc/rc.d/swap
#!/bin/sh
@ -136,8 +139,7 @@ cp arch/x86/boot/bzImage /boot/efi/BOOT/vmlinuz-5.15.55
cp System.map /boot/efi/BOOT/System.map-5.15.55
cp .config /boot/efi/BOOT/config-5.15.55
dracut --kver 5.15.55
mv /boot/initramfs-5.15.55.img /boot/efi/BOOT/
dracut --kver 5.15.55 /boot/initramfs-5.15.55.img
cp /usr/share/syslinux/efi64/syslinux.efi /boot/efi/BOOT/bootx64.efi
cp /usr/share/syslinux/efi64/ldlinux.e64 /boot/efi/BOOT
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APPEND root=/dev/mapper/ENCRYPTED-root rw rd.auto=1
INITRD initramfs-5.15.55.img
##### Display the EFI variables to verify that the boot order has an entry for the hard disk
efibootmgr
##### Reboot, and enjoy your new CRUX installation!