Contributed by Peter N. M. Hansteen on from the take my disk to the crypt dept.
Initial support, likely to be expanded upon, was
by Klemens Nanni (
The commit reads,
Subject: CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: src From: Klemens Nanni <kn () cvs ! openbsd ! org> Date:
CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: src Changes by: firstname.lastname@example.org 2023/03/07 10:29:42 Modified files: distrib/amd64/common: install.md distrib/i386/common: install.md distrib/miniroot: install.sub distrib/riscv64/ramdisk: install.md distrib/sparc64/common: install.md Log message: Initial support for guided disk encryption One new question to cover the most common use case, such that manual setup in (S)hell or '!' prior to install is no longer required: Encrypt the root disk? (disk, 'no' or '?' for details) [no] ? Create a passphrase protected CRYPTO softraid volume to be used as root disk. Available disks are: sd0. Encrypt the root disk? (disk, 'no' or '?' for details) [no] Use of keydisk or different disciplines are not covered. Only asked in interactive installations; no autoinstall(8) or upgrades. Only reachable on i386, amd64, sparc64 and riscv64 for now (arm64 WIP). Tested by cheloha naddy and a few users Feedback from cheloha deraadt claudio OK cheloha "get it in now" deraadt
We very much look forward to seeing further development on this!
If you feel up to it, please test and report.
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