Balamukunda Sahu

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  1. Maneesh Patel says:

    Thank you for this detailed information. I do have one question. When installing Debian on a laptop, at the “Partition disks” stage, one would often prefer to select “Guided – use entire disk and set up encrypted LVM.” But what if the laptop has a (fast) SSD as well as a (slow) mechanical hard drive, and for security reasons you want to set up block-level encryption on both, and you would like the operating system installed on the SSD, with the HD used as a separate data drive? Can this be easily configured at the time of Debian installation? Or would you advise setting up encrypted LVM only on the SSD at installation time, leaving the HD unformatted, and then after Debian is installed, setting up LUKS (or something) on the HD?

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