Hello ,I recently installed Centos 6.2 , during the installation I used the installer Disk Manager to create '/' as encrypted file system.Now by default , every time the syste... [by davidbb]
on 08/16/2012 – Made popular on 08/16/2012
Is there a way to mount (read/write) an encrypted file system on Windows? By "encrypted" I mean whatever it is that Ubuntu does to encrypt a file system when you choose that option during formatting. The underlying file system is in NTFS format.
A related question: is it correct to assume that encrypting and the file system format are completely independent things?
I would like to use my Apple Time Capsule as an encrypted NAS and the encryption system has to be supported on Linux, MacOsX and optionally Windows. It is important, that the encrypted file system can be mounted to the OS.
I thought, that I could use encrypted Disk Images on the Time Capsule to store the files, but I do not know, which File Format is supported on all plattforms.