ubiquity:focal

Last commit made on 2021-08-06
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focal
Repository:
lp:ubiquity

Recent commits

ac56ede... by Didier Roche

releasing package ubiquity version 20.04.15.17

e666491... by Didier Roche

Fix formatting of error message to not contain markup

7327532... by Didier Roche

Fixed crash with manually created encrypted volumes

When an an encrypted partition is created manually, the recovery key is
not visible in the UI but still set. The installer then crashes because
it tries to detect the disk set by partman-auto.
Explicitly set/unset the recovery key instead of setting it when the
page is initialized so it is only set when partman-auto is used. (LP:

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

68de426... by Didier Roche

releasing package ubiquity version 20.04.15.16

b88f512... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

releasing package ubiquity version 20.04.15.15

42c32fe... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Minor fixes to part crypto UI.

fixed widget alignment and word wrapping of recevory key location label.

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

0560d07... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Recovery key location warning hidden by default

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

94eaef5... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Recovery key UI

The recovery key is now editable and requires a confirmation. The UI has
been adapted accordingly.
The layout has been modified a bit to still fit on a small screen.
Although the constraint in the test on the screen height has been
relaxed a little bit.
The recovery key is now editable and requires a confirmation.
Show the recovery key widget in manual partitining when the user
creates an encrypted partition.
Use 'secrets' lib to generate the default recovery key instead of
uuid4().
Update the translation templates.
Display warning if recovery key is store on a fixed media.

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

0a58bd5... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

48 digit passphrase is good

Recovery key is a 48 digit number and long enough to consider it good.
Current algorithm was returning 'fair' which may feel unsecure to the
user while it is not.

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>

cac03d1... by Jean-Baptiste Lallement

Added support for recovery key.

This adds a second key that can be used for recovery. This key is saved
to a file to be stored in a secure location to recover an encrypted
device.

Co-authored-by: Didier Roche <email address hidden>