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From: Dave Jones on 1 Jul 2010 19:00
I created an encrypted usb key a while ago under Fedora 12.
Today I upgraded my desktop to Fedora 13, and found I couldn't mount it any more.
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=610278 has the details for
creation of the device, and the subsequent failure from ext2 (though it looks
more like either a failure in the crypto layer, or the device mapper code).
The filesystem was created under 2.6.32, and the failure appears under 2.6.33 and newer
(I just test .35rc3). Did we have a bug in .32 that created bad images, or have
we regressed ?
anyone else seen this ?
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