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[openFATE 305552] Support in YaST for public directories in encrypted home directories
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  • Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2010 15:45:30 +0100 (CET)
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Feature changed by: Christoph Thiel (cthiel1)
Feature #305552, revision 13
Title: Support in YaST for public directories in encrypted home
directories

openSUSE-11.2: Rejected by Christoph Thiel (cthiel1)
reject date: 2009-05-26 18:28:27
reject reason: Postponed for 11.2.
Priority
Requester: Important

openSUSE-11.3: Evaluation
Priority
Requester: Important
+ Projectmanager: Neutral

Requested by: Tim Lee (timl33)

Description:
A follow on feature to #301923. There should be a way in the YaST users
module to specify directories to make accessable in an encrypted home
directory when the user is not logged in. See bug #446317. I would
suggest an editable list of directories to exclude from the encrypted
image, with a reasonable set of defaults. Examples of directories to
exclude ~/.vacation, ~/.procmail, ~/.forward, ~/public_html and ~/.ssh

References:
https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=446317

Discussion:
#1: Fco. Javier Nacher (xiscoj) (2010-01-28 12:23:51)
hi,
maybe if not in yast, it could be like in ubuntu a context menu in
kde/gnome over files and folders to encrypt them, like in windows too.
So while you are logged they are decrypted to you but when not they are
encrypted.
Bye

#2: Jan Engelhardt (jengelh) (2010-01-31 20:19:16)
What's wrong with having a ~/Encrypted subdirectory? You cannot
possibly know in advance how many dot-files would need to be readable.
To be frank, there are even non-dot-files like ~/public_html that ought
to be readable.



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