Is it possible to flick a switch in menus or command line to reverse my decision during install not to encrypt my files? Sure would appreciate knowing how if it can be done.
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I need to encrypt some files on my machine. I did not select the option do encrypt my home folder at installation, but since there was an option to do so I am guessing that Ubuntu has some inbuilt encryption utility. If so, what is it and can I use it to encrypt certain files on my system (not just home folder) ??
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Encrypt files, has always been needed in computer world, it could be something as simple as your diary, or as important as your private source code, for that important project.
Linux offers some different approaches to provide file encryption, the most of them are focused on volume encryption, and require that you set apart some space of your disk, and dedicate it to the stor
After many years of administration of Unix/Linux systems and using bash for many tasks i’ve discovered the command tac, the contrary of cat,
What this command do it’s to concatenate and print files in reverse order, it writes each file to standard output, last line first.
I'm a relative newby to Linux so forgive me if this is a simple question.
I know that if you install Ubuntu using the alternate CD, you can create a whole disk encrypted installation, but what about after a normal installation? What is the best procedure to use to get more than just the home folder encryted?
I am looking for a utility to encrypt certain directories in Linux. I am not looking for any full disk encryption services, but simply to encrypt a few directories for the purposes of storing files in the cloud. Once retrieving them, I should have to decrypt them before they can be accessed. Looking to do this for a couple of directories (a few hundred GB in size). Any ideas? Preferably CLI based.
i recently came from a blackberry 9650 to an LGOG with ICS. I'm have a question about device encryption before i go ahead and do it. with my blackberry it would encrypt my files, but there was no way to decrypt them once they were actually encrypted. pictures, videos, media, etc could not be removed in a usable format unless they were sent from the device. will i have that issue with my LG?