Command swapspace can be used to have dynamically sized swap memory, but how do you setup encryption with it?

  • Unfamiliar with swapspace, doesn't appear to be standard/pre-installed. Does askubuntu.com/questions/248158/… or askubuntu.com/questions/276374/… not work? – Xen2050 Jan 29 '16 at 11:01
  • @Xen2050 I think running ecryptfs-setup-swap is not a solution, because it only encrypts swap files created before running it, as Dustin Kirkland tells in his answer in the second link you gave. The idea of swapspace is to create swap files dynamically. In the first link swap file is created beforehand, too. – jarno Feb 21 '16 at 14:57

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