Re: Encrypted loopback filesystem
* Klein Moebius <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2007-05-25 16:25:56 -0500]:
> will block out a working space for the file... change the count to vary
> the size...
That example gave you a 1 Mg file...
Once you have the loop successfully created, you will have to make a
filestem on it:
mke2fs -c /dev/loop
then you can mount it:
mount /dev/loop /mnt (or wherever), then you can write to it in an
... Nothing increases your golf score like witnesses.