Last week we learned to convert a standard USB drive into a LUKS-encrypted storage device for Linux. The drive then requires a user to enter the password in order to mount or access the drive and its contents. This week we finish the series by setting up our own computer as a trusted device, allowing the encrypted drive to be mounted there without a password (ideal for server backups).
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