are those business reasons legally motivated (not being able to sell devices which support encryption in some countries)?
how is your progress regarding encrypting the /DataVolume partition?
Also, how do WD's custom made scripts cope with such changes, ie. if /DataVolume cannot be mounted during boot, will it be reformatted automatically?
If I can SSH into the box and follow instructions like these
(of course, adapted for /DataVolume instead of /home), then I am happy.
I tried doing this but failed (because I could not get the cross compiling kit to run), and thus returned my MyBook Live to Amazon.
Also, I'd like to know whether the Linux kernel uses the ARM CPU's AES hardware supports. This would make using dm_crypt and similar modules really fast.