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Linux Kernel EFISTUB + LUKS encryption / (root partition). Possible?

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – Most boot loaders and boot managers are quite small -- a few KiB to a couple of MiB. If you're putting your Linux kernels on the ESP, they'll consume the lion's share of the space.Some people have reported problems with sub-512MiB FAT32 filesystems on EFI-based computers. The EFI spec is explicit in saying that the ESP should be FAT32, although as a practical matter FAT16 usually works. To play it safe, therefore, it seems that the ESP should be 512MiB or larger and FAT32. srs5694 https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=65490 2013-03-26T01:06:29Z (HowTos)