Tag: cryptsetup

Linux: Translate Boot message of cryptsetup “Enter passphrase to unlock the disk”

Problem: If you setup a full encrypted Laptop with the Linux Installer the first Boot Message of cryptsetup is always in English Speech shown “Enter passphrase to unlock the disk” /dev/sda Solution: edit the /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/local-top/cryptroot ,with nano, find and change the text to your Language edit the /lib/cryptsetup/cryptdisks.functions ,with nano ,find and change the text to your Language update the initramfs of the current kernel withupdate-initramfs -u -k all reboot and test the translated login

Change System Crypt Password Debian Ubuntu LVM Full Encrypted System

Solution: The new NEW Password must be set before you delete the old! – open Console! – Login as root! with #sudo -s – enter #cryptsetup -y luksAddKey /AddKey /dev/sdaX – System prompt for old Password, enter it now! – then enter new password min 8 Characters – System should show “Command Successful” – if not search error!!!! – now delete old Password! 8 different Words can be saved! cause 8 Memory Sockets available by cryptsetup – enter to delete #cryptsetup luksDelKey /dev/sdaX 0 – 0 = First-Memory Socket !! – enter new set Password to open Socket-Database – System […]