- It may be possible to use a Trusted Platform Module to perform the authentication.
- The TPM could potentially be used to unlock the drive when waking from sleep (S3) mode
- The TPM may enable authentication methods beyond password entry, such as fingerprint recognition
- Before this is researched, the TPM article will need some major revisions.
- DCengineer (talk) 06:51, 5 July 2017 (UTC)
- There is someone working on automatic creation of uefi pba images for arch  R00KIE (talk) 23:24, 20 March 2016 (UTC)
Misc update proposals
- The 1.15 version of sedutil uses a differently named option and the behavior probably changed too:
# sedutil-cli --setSIDPassword oldpassword newpassword device
now also sets the admin1Pwd, so it is not necessary to execute. The user should at least be informed about this.
- The links to the PBA image is broken and the ones that work point to broken builds.
Suspend doesn't work properly
Suspend locks the drive (Dell E6410 + Samsung EVO 850) and drive is not accessible after wake up. One solution is to disable Suspend - see https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Polkit#Disable_suspend_and_hibernate
Is possible to unlock drive after wake up?