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Install Fedora 15 on encrypted btrfs

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Fedora 15, the latest stable release of the Red Hat-sponsored Linux distribution, is the first Fedora release to have btrfs as a file system option during the installation process. On earlier versions, you would have had to pass the btrfs option to Anaconda at boot time to install Fedora on a btrfs file system.

In Fedora 15, the btrfs option is available only on a DVD and bfo ISO installation image. This article shows how you can install Fedora 15 on an encrypted btrfs file system.
 read more | score:8578 | -finid, May 27, 2011
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