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TrueCrypt in Ubuntu

TrueCrypt is free-as-in-freedom (according to my hearsay understanding of the license), but the TrueCrypt Foundation behind it is apparently kind of secretive and closed with its development processes.
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Overall the process went pretty smoothly. I started working on this in Fedora and got hung up on an error, switched to working on Ubuntu where I had more luck, and then got it going in Fedora also. My current strategy is to make things work in both distributions as much as possible. I don’t want to become overly tied to one system. I did have one mishap that I wrote about in a previous post.

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