I'm using a hackintosh for quite some time and I know that FileVault is near impossible to ever be ported but encryption should be essential these times.
What are the best options for encrypting at least the user data (if not the whole system) without losing usability?
In my case it goes even deeper: I want to use ZFS on an second HDD, encrypt that drive and move most of my user data there. Not the whole User Folder but only /Downloads, /Documents and stuff like that.
Options I am aware of but do not now the best way of implementing it:
TrueCrypt/VeraCrypt needs second user for decryption (?)
Legacy Filevault considered unsafe(?)
EncFS this would lose file versioning
My setup: 120 GB SSD for System, 2 TB HDD for user data.
I tried this one version xfce on virtualbox, it is a great os, found what I am looking for, it include VLC on it,
Give it a try at http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=solydxk
It is responsive and play media out of the box and carry a theme look great.
It is work for single monitor, I don't know how to configure dual monitor because it is running with xfce 4.10.