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Building a custom debian kernel with LUKS support

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If I want to build a custom debian kernel, am I correct in my understanding that I would want to use:




for my use flags?


If so, it appears the ebuild won't let me do it.

If I'm not worried about building unnecessary modules and features into the kernel, then, I can just call it a day by adding the luks use flag and defaulting to binary?

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