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    The latest releases of Linux Mint; versions 14 & 15 do support full disk encryption, you just need to upgrade the installer before initiating the installation process, and that's dead simple:
    Download and save your desired version of Linux Mint as a bootable CD or USB stick, and boot it up. Open a terminal and issue the commands: sudo apt-get remove ubiquity
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install ubiquity
    sudo ubiquity  
    The installer will now offer the option to install with full disk encryption 
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