Crypted LVM and beep tones
Linux for blind general discussion
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Tue Mar 22 03:16:40 UTC 2022
I have the same problem. One solution that I found is to use clevis in
conjunction with dracut (https://github.com/latchset/clevis)
- Laptop with TPM 2.0
RedHat based distro
This allow me to bypass initial GRUB password and goes straight to login
screen (which has orca running)
- Works on RedHat based distro. Have not tried this on Arch or Slint. A
bug in debian prevent clevis from working properly.
- Works on new laptop (later than 2017) which usually have TPM 2.0
On 3/12/22 01:39, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> I have to crypt my harddisk for my working laptop. Allthough it is no
> big problem to enter the encryption password some seconds after grub I
> wonder if a acustical signal could be played that tells me that the
> password prompt is displayed. Also a signal about successfully entered
> the password or not would be really cool.
> Does anyone know if acustical signals are possible for the described
> situation? Beep tones like for grub would be absolutely enough.
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