Using pinentry-curses interactively in Linux boot process fails (SOLVED)

Grant Olson kgo at
Fri Jul 23 22:32:18 CEST 2010

On 7/23/10 2:52 AM, Malte Gell wrote:
> Yes and the boot partition is not encrypted, only /home But I solved it. 
> Regards
> Malte

Just keep in mind that if you're not encrypting the whole disk, your
sensitive data can leak to /tmp and swap.  I'm only bringing this up
because it seems like you've taken some elaborate steps to protect your


"I am very hungry," Kobayashi said. "I wish there were hot dogs in jail."

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