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That is a good question. I had that same question a few years back and have a simple answer. I just tested this solution as I have about the same setup although I run El Capitan and Fedora. Personally I prefer the way you have it now so I come from the same starting point. This solution for your question additionally worked with Maveriks when I ...


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Quoting from the Ask Ubuntu Forums: Run Disk Utility and click on your internal hard disk (the disk itself, not the partition under it). Then click on the Partition tab. If you move the triangular slider that adjusts the partition up and then back to where it was, the "Apply" button becomes active (it starts greyed out). You can now click ...


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There's lots of ways for things to go wrong in encryption, I read of one SED drive that just stored the password on the drive basically in plaintext (more below). Sleep & hibernate are troublesome for LUKS sometimes too. I'm not sure what or where to find a good manufacturer, almost all drives may be made by 2 companies anyway, probably in asia ...


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The only thing I could suggest is BURG. It's based off of GRUB2 and is very beautiful. With a little work, you can learn to customize it and make it exactly as you please. The only big issue with it is that it is a dead project that no one has picked up. I haven't had any issues with it, but I also have a pretty basic boot setup. Mint, Fedora, Slackware, and ...



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