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Linux encrypted filesystem management tool

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    I have been using cryptmount for a couple of years now, and it does what needs to be done, and is in general easy to use. Just type in cryptmount -a or cryptmount <nameofencrypteddevice> put in the password and it is done. It handles both encrypted partitions and encrypted file. (eg, if you want your mail directory encrypted, you can make a file of length 1G say, set it up for cryptmount, and then have it get mounted on /home/username/mail. No need for a separate partition) The one problem I have run into is if you were to say unmount /home/username/mail without using cryptmount -u. The system gets very confused then

    Posted 02/27/2016
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    Nice, thank you

    Posted 06/20/2013

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