Uninstall the Encrypted LVM function to remove the prompted password entry during Ubuntu Boot

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – When I installed Ubuntu 11.04 and I was offered the option of enabling "encrypted LVM" for my hard drive. After choosing that option, I am prompted for my password during boot to decrypt the LVM. Now, I am thinking about cancell/uninstall/remove "encrypted LVM' function as I don't want to input the "encrypted LVM" password every time when the system reboot. I know that you can setup a SSH to decrypt the LVM but that requires the installation of other programs. Is there a better/clean way to solve this problem like just uninstall the "encrypted LVM"? How to do it and this question is NOT speci (HowTos)