Provided by: osk-sdl_0.67-2_amd64
OSK-SDL - Disk encryption initramfs on screen keyboard
osk-sdl -d DISK -n NAME [OPTION]
OSK-SDL is a lightweight on screen keyboard used to unlock encrypted root partitions on mobile devices.
Mandatory -t, --testmode Run in test mode, do not attempt to initialise the whole screen. -d <path> Decrypt this disk. This argument is mandatory unless -t is used. -n <name> Name of the decrypted disk. Optional -h Show help options -c <path> Locaton of the osk-sdl config file. Defaults to "/etc/osk.conf". -o <path> Locaton of the osk-sdl config override file. Does not cause a failure if it couldn't be loaded. -v, --verbose Enable verbose output -k, --keyscript Enable keyscript mode. Password will be output to STDOUT for use with another program such as cryptsetup-initramfs. -G, --no-gles Do not use OpenGL ES driver unless it is the default driver. This is the default behavior when using DirectFB. -x, --no-keyboard Do not display the keyboard, only the input box. This is only useful on devices with a physical keyboard that want to use osk-sdl as a prettier prompt than "cryptsetup open" -s, --show-keyboard Show the osk by default, even if a physical keyboard is connected.
Decrypt /dev/sda1 to name "root" osk-sdl -d /dev/sda1 -n root -c /etc/osk.conf