I've been trying for weeks to get my Raspberry Pi 3 Plus fully encrypted, so far with no success, using instructions like this one:
https://github.com/NicoHood/NicoHood.gi ... n-Tutorial
Tired of all the work entering endless command-line statements without success.
I don't care what OS it is, as long as it can run an Owncloud Server on my Pie.
What I want is simply an installer for my Pi that encrypts the target installation drive right during setup.
Just like the Ubuntu Live CD for PC does.
I've been missing the dialog asking for encryption of the target drive in the Ubuntu Mate for Raspberry Pie setup.
I understand the Raspberry Pie images are just flashed with Etcher to the target drive right away, so the rest is just some initial on-drive setup on first boot.
So what I need is really an installer that resides on my SD card, and that asks me to select target partitions on an attached USB drive and offers the option to encrypt them and do all the necessary auto-mount config for me.
So that after setup, all I have to do is enter the Password at boot.
Why is that so hard to find?