#59 tdehwdevicetray should ask to verify the password when adding a new keyslot

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opened 3 months ago by MicheleC · 2 comments

TDE R14.1.0-dev

  1. setup a LUKS disk
  2. right click tdehwdevicetray -> Configure Hardware… -> Disk -> double click your LUKS disk -> select LUKS tab
  3. click “Install new password….” button to add a new key. The dialog should have both a “password” and a “verify password” field
TDE R14.1.0-dev 1. setup a LUKS disk 2. right click tdehwdevicetray -> Configure Hardware… -> Disk -> double click your LUKS disk -> select LUKS tab 3. click "Install new password...." button to add a new key. The dialog should have both a "password" and a "verify password" field
Chris commented 1 month ago
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From what I have seen tdehwdevicetray just starts the hwmanager. So that functionality should be integrated into that, or I am wrong here? So that should also work if you don’t have installed tdehwdevicetray or neither it even running. From the TCC (hwmanager), for example.

From what I have seen tdehwdevicetray just starts the hwmanager. So that functionality should be integrated into that, or I am wrong here? So that should also work if you don't have installed tdehwdevicetray or neither it even running. From the TCC (hwmanager), for example.
MicheleC commented 1 month ago
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See in device manager --> Configure hardware --> Disk --> click on a LUKS disk --> LUKS tab. The same module is also available in TCC. By the way device manager is a core part in tdebase, it is installed with tdebase, AFAICR

See in device manager --> Configure hardware --> Disk --> click on a LUKS disk --> LUKS tab. The same module is also available in TCC. By the way device manager is a core part in tdebase, it is installed with tdebase, AFAICR
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