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Old 30th June 2011, 10:16 PM
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Switching to F15 - Secure accounts

Hi everyone,

In the upcoming days I will be formatting my F14 box and switching to F15. Now I have offered a friend to use some of my storage (8TB) as a ackup for her personal files/photos. I want to set it up so that she can be sure she is the only one having acces to it (so not even I can read them as root).

How can I set this up. encryption? account configuration?

Most likely she will upload via secure FTP.

She trusts me, but I want to provide her with the piece of mind that it is not accessible by anyone but her.

Any suggestions are welcome

OS: Fedora 16
Casing: Chenbro RM21508B
Mainboard: ATX D2778
Processor: Intel Xeon W3550 (8 core)
Memory: 6Gb DDR3, ECC, 1333 MHz, PC3-10600
HD #1: OCZ Vertex 3 60Gb
Storage Drives: 4x 2Tb WD20EARS + 2x 2Tb WD20EARX
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 210 Silent
PCI Card: Promise FastTrak TX4
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