I've recently installed Ubuntu with a full disk encryption which means I have to enter a password at boot to get the system up and running. This is excellent and exactly what I want for the future.
Right now though, as I am installing software, I would like to temporarily turn of the password request, having the system boot automatically. I know this defeats the point of encryption, but I am getting tired of having to connect an external monitor everytime I reboot. I'd prefer to, for the time being, to be able to reboot the encrypted system via ssh.
Once all the software I require is in place, I plan to bring the password request back.
Anybody know how I do this?