Okay, I think most of you guys have already heard about Github's Boxen, which seems like a pretty awesome idea.
Especially since Mac OS X is lacking software like ninite (which is pretty awesome to setup a VM or a friends PC in a blaze). BUT some of us use hackint0shes, since they can't/won't afford a "proper" Mac (or they think it does not have enough power or should be easier/cheaper to upgrade) or whatever. Those people can't use Boxen, because it forces you, to use fully encrypt your harddrive.
What if someone does not want that, even if they don't use a hackint0sh?
What about those people?
Anybody got a tip for me and everyone, how to circumvent this requirement? :(
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You can remove the line which requires Full Disk Encryption from your site manifest, located in
manifests/site.pp. This can be seen here: https://github.com/boxen/our-boxen/blob/master/manifests/site.pp#L62
BTW guys (@iam4x @mattheath) you can just run
script/boxen --no-fde, it installs boxen without the requirement for FDE :)
Here is a tip. Read the code. It's not rocket science.