I'm running Opensuse 11.2 with LVM encryption and Truecrypt 6.2a. I would like to give root privileges to Truecrypt from boot.
How do I do this?
on 12/04/2009 – Made popular on 12/04/2009
Hi everybody!Yesterday I wanted to get the current version of TrueCrypt from the CCR installed, but somehow I always ran into the same error. Whether it was ccr or manual running makepkg the error was the same.I'm running chakra64 with an up to date system. Does anybody know how to fix the error below or is it a bug with truecrypt itself?
I've installed Truecrypt 7.1a on #! and i want it to open like a program, but I can't find it, and when I type truecrypt into terminal it gives me a bunch of truecrypt sub commands that i don't know how to work well. Plus, when I plug in my Hidden Volume #! doesn't recognize anything at all.
This simple tutorial is going to show you how to install TrueCrypt in Ubuntu. TrueCrypt is a program used to create encrypted partitions or virtual encrypted disks. It is recommended for advanced users only.
1. Hit Ctrl+Alt+T to launch a terminal window.
Since TrueCrypt is not secure anymore and may be buggy (http://truecrypt.sourceforge.net/) is there a good and hopefully free alternative I could suggest to a client for encryption or is Bitlocker the best option?
I've installed TrueCrypt on my system (by downloading .deb file and installing it). By itself, TrueCrypt works perfectly, I even share/mount/use TrueCrypt volumes from windows partitions. But, I've noticed a strange problem only the administrator user have access to /media/truecryptX (which is where truecrypt mounts).
Linux users are blessed with a collection of file encryption tools. But chances are, whatever application you use for that task lacks the efficiency, speed and functionality of TrueCrypt. TrueCrypt does what any file encryption application is supposed to: It locks down access to your data so no one without a password or keyfile can grab it.