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Old 01-14-2009, 12:13 AM   #1
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Informing gnome of losetup image that contains cryptsetup.


When I insert a usb memory device that has luks cryptography, gnome is good and asks for the password then mounts it. NICE!!

If I have a file on my system that I mount with losetup, how can I inform gnome to do the same? Is it by injecting HAL commands? Currently I have to execute "cryptsetup luksOpen" then "mount /dev/mapper...".

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