"Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE) is the edition of Linux Mint
that is based on Debian Testing. Like the edition of Linux Mint
based on Ubuntu, the installer of LMDE lacks support for LVM, and
disk encryption. This tutorial presents a detailed guide on how to
install LMDE on an encrypted LVM file system. But how is that
possible if the installer lacks support for LVM and disk
encryption? Easy. First, install a base Debian Testing system using
a Debian Testing installer. Second, point the package manager to
the default LMDE repositories. At the end, you will be running a
system with an encrypted disk, which means another layer of
physical security for your data, and one that makes it possible to
manage disk space in a manner that is not possible otherwise."
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