Trapper wrote:I am running Mint 13 Maya with the MATE desktop and I have successfully created a full disk encryption environment following the instructions of a little tutorial for FDE I found in the linux mint community area.
I paid particular attention to the comments section, especially the comments over the past couple of weeks. Some by user Ledduk and another user concerning using FDE with Maya and their success in using it.
It may be worth your while to experiment if you have an extra drive available to do that. Just pay attention to the instructions closely and follow them correctly. It really not all that difficult to do.
Here's the link:
Trapper wrote:I am at a loss when it comes to helping you with the fonts display difficulties you are having. Sorry.
I've been using FDE with Maya for a couple of days now without any difficulty. I'd prefer having some way to set FDE up like it's done in Ubuntu with the alternate CD and have disk space outside of the Maya install but still under the encryption. The script I pointed you to and I used to accomplish FDE in Maya simply uses the entire disk for Maya. I find that undesirable and a waste with large disks.
crommr wrote:RE: missing lines in fonts.
I have a Thinpad T60 with Intel 945GM and have many missing lines in fonts.
Have you tried the solution described at:
I have tried it just now and am testing it.
Hope it works for you.
Option "DebugWait" "True"
sudo chmod 777 /etc/X11
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