As some of you know, i have my own little foss project and its hosted at: http://code.google.com/p/zulucrypt/
I am humbly requesting for testers. It is as good as i think i can make it and my lack of 64 bit system means i have hit a block i can not overcome by myself.
below link points to a 32 bit binary package:https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B8juRKTjN4Q9YzRiZDhkZGMtZDkzNC00MzUzLWJkMmItZTYyMjZjZDM5Y2My
rpm source package can be located at:https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B8juRKTjN4Q9NjFjNGQ1NGYtOGY2MC00ZmYyLWJlMjQtZDk1MjA2YTIwMWRi
Leiche will hopefully give a link or will send a package to me and i will add it here a 64 bit binary package for those with 64 bit systems. I am particularly interested in how it works in 64 bit since i can not test it there.
Once you have install the program, you can run this command to automate its operations to see if it works. The output will be appreciated.
The GUI seem easy enough and any person who has ever used truecrypt should have an idea what the program does. A program icon should show up in the menu after you install the program.
How to install.
Download the binary package given in the link above or in the next thread if you are on a 64 bit system to your home directory.
open the terminal in your home directory and then type: "su" then press enter and then enter root's password when asked and then press enter.
in a 32 bit system:
Once in roots terminal, type "rpm -Uvh zuluCrypt-v4.2.0-1pclos2011.i586.rpm"
in a 64 bit system
Once in root's terminal, type" rpm -Uvh zuluCrypt-v4.2.0-1leiche2011.x86_64.rpm"
The above two commands will install it and an icon in the settings section of the menu should show up.