I have an USB-Memory-stick which i have encrypted with LUKS. To mount
it i use gnome-mount which then asks for the password and
mounts /dev/dm_0 to /media/<volume-label>. Actually this happens
automaticaly by a script i wrote which gets called by ivman when i plug
in the stick.
When i then try to unmount the stick the way i do with all my
removeable media with rox's eject-function i get the following error:
eject: unable to eject, last error: Inappropriate ioctl for device
There was one error.
After this the mount-point (/media/disk) is gone but the crypt-device
ist still active.
It would be so nice if i could use rox to unmound the stick.
My system is Debian/SID. Rox is "ROX-Filer 2.7.1"