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Discussion in 'macOS' started by Shanesan, Apr 26, 2007.
I only need 4000.
Is that just the size of your Home folder?
Could anyones home folder be thousands of gigabytes large?!
I'm running a Macbook Pro. My Home folder is about 30 gigabytes. Where they need over four thousaaaand! (inside joke) gigabytes is beyond me. Anyone have any idea?
Yes, I'm sure the OP has a 4 terabyte home folder.
Clearly there's some sort of malarky going on here. This is why I never used FileVaultnever had a reason, and was scared of having problems.
I suppose if you had a large photo library, many DL movies and music and DVD images on your HD.
Especially if the OPs HD is smaller than 4 terabytes.
Also, I just wanted to use the word "malarky." What a great word.
Well clearly you guys don't have teh eclectic pr0n collecshun.
Or they use some sort of futuristic compression method that can fit 20 minutes of HD-quality video on a floppy disc.
I guess the secret is out!
Secret or secrete, who knows... Either way, FileVault is b0rked.
posting an inside joke on a public forum is malarky.
FileVault is a good idea but clearly has some issues.
An encrypted disk image is also a good idea, but with less dramatic consequences if things of wrong and less chance of things going wrong in the first place.
FileVault has screwed over many people. Stay away from it. If you really want drive encryption, pay for PGP. Its a little pricey, but it could be the best encryption program on the market.
i use encrypted disk images for my few "sensitive" files. they are easy to set up and i have had no problems.
I'd forgotten all about this error. There was a thread about this months ago... I'm kind of surprised it hasn't been fixed yet.