Re: Mount PGPDisks in linux?
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> So I have a 2 gig PGPDisk (ver 6) I made before I made the plunge into
> linux, and I'd still like to use it if I can. Is there a way to
> mount/use a PGPDisk in linux?[/color]
It won't mount under anything but windows. You can't even access it from a
> Failing in that, does anyone have suggestions for a suitable
> replacement? I've seen some encyrpted solutions that are simply a file
> that is mounted and accessed, and others that are whole encrypted
> filesystems created on seperate partitions. I'd like to be able to work
> with files in the encrypted space, so I perfer stability and recovery
> over performance. any ideas?
This site has a long list of ways to encrypt under Linux
This seems to be the most PGPDisk-like