Diff for /wikisrc/tutorials/Attic/how_to_encrypt_iscsi_devices.mdwn between versions 1.1 and 1.2

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 could be stolen, or to which others could gain access.  could be stolen, or to which others could gain access.
   
 To encrypt the iSCSI device, we use the NetBSD iSCSI initiator, available in  To encrypt the iSCSI device, we use the NetBSD iSCSI initiator, available in
 NetBSD-current, and the standard cgd device.  In all, setting up an encrypted  NetBSD-6 and newer, and the standard cgd device.  In all, setting up an encrypted
 device in this manner should take less than 15 minutes, even for someone  device in this manner should take less than 15 minutes, even for someone
 unfamiliar with iSCSI or cgd.  unfamiliar with iSCSI or cgd.
   
Line 30  this example, the target is running on t Line 30  this example, the target is running on t
 laptop called, in a moment of inspiration, inspiron1300). A 50 MB iSCSI target  laptop called, in a moment of inspiration, inspiron1300). A 50 MB iSCSI target
 is being presented as target1.  is being presented as target1.
   
     # obj/iscsifs -u agc -h inspiron1300.wherever.co.uk /mnt &      # iscsi-initiator -u agc -h inspiron1300.wherever.co.uk /mnt &
     [1] 11196      [1] 11196
     # df      # df
     Filesystem   1K-blocks       Used      Avail %Cap Mounted on      Filesystem   1K-blocks       Used      Avail %Cap Mounted on

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