Having trouble re-mounting a LVM that I encrypted with LUKS.Hopping someone has something beyond 'yup, you broke it' as I'd like to get back the data.I believ... [by bsdwrangler]
I'm having trouble with the disk setup in the F 19 installer. I used to be able to create a LUKS volume at the device level with the exception of the boot drive. In otherwords from cli I would do a 'cryptsetup luksFormat /dev/sdb <name of volume>'. Once the LUKS volume was created I would go straight to creating the volume group and logical volumes under LVM2.
Does anyone know if, on a system with LVM on LUKS on LVM, a logical volume created inside a LUKS container can be added to the same volume group that the LUKS container is in? Even if this is possible, is it this just a bad idea from a security perspective?
I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300 running CyanogenMod 10.2 and I am using LUKS Manager to mount an encrypted volume. However, I can only access my volume from the X-plore file manager with root access enabled. Issuing ll from the command line reveals the directory gets mounted as root.