abbe wrote:I host a family photo album and would like to store the entire website encrypted. Thus, if the box get stolen, a thief would not be able to watch all the personal pictures of friends and family.
This goes for both the Photo and Web system folder and the rest of the system folders as well.
I have tried to encrypt these, but it is apparently not an option. The button for encryption is greyed out. Could we please have this? I am aware I would get a performance penalty, but it would be so nice to have.
Are there any plans to develop this?
ln -s /volume1/photox family
abbe wrote:I think the problem is, that a user accessing a system default share is chrooted to that dir to enhance security, I read about it somewhere too. The only way to get around that right now is as root via command line and I am not giving that to my web users
Any other suggestions?
vm.franklin wrote:Using symbolic links can or will result in system stability errors, or data loss, as they do not work well over SMB, AFP, or File Station. They are designed to work at the command line level only.
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