Create randomly encrypted swap when installing 14.04.1?

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How do I create a randomly encrypted swap partition when doing a clean install of 14.04.1?

This option was available in the text-based partman in 12.04, but I can’t find it in the graphical partition editor in the 14.04.1 installer.

My goal is three partitions: /boot, swap (random-key encrypted), / (passphrase encrypted).


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