[nSLUG] Ubuntu Hard Disk Encryption
frank.geitzler at ns.sympatico.ca
Wed Dec 3 18:44:06 AST 2014
On Wed, 2014-12-03 at 16:16 -0400, Mike Spencer wrote:
> William Marchant <wmarchant at eastlink.ca> wrote:
> > The BIOS needed changing to permit the boot, but I found that it
> > could not be changed. The message on the BIOS screen said that
> > drives noted in brackets could not be made bootable. They were all
> > bracketed. I assume the HD encryption system has set the BIOS so
> > that the DH cannot be violated by an unauthorised user.
> One of the reasons I use Linux is because *I* am the final authority
> on everything on the computer. This sound nasty -- a irreversable
> "improved feature"? A "Sorry, I can't let you do that, Dave" for
> I have no suggestion but I'll be iterested to hear any forthcoming
> insights from others.
> - Mike
Bill, it may be early in the game to resort to this, but as a last
resort, perhaps a new install, deleting the erring drives, or
repartitioning or reformatting the entire disk drive may a way to solve
or bypass the problem. If all else fails, someone might have a disk
drive you could beg, buy, borrow, or trade in exchange for your problem
drive. That way, you could at least get your machine operational again.
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