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Create/open/use an encrypted directory
encfs needs to be installed
During creation easiest to use default values
The encrypted files will be in ~/.crypt and you will work as usual in ~/crypt
To close the encrypted directory run:
fusermount -u ~/crypt
When you switch off the computer the encrypted directory will be automatically closed
This example uses /home/user/crypt as encrypted directory
I use ubuntu linux 8.04 and I am also the creator of www.minihowto.org
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