Two machines -- both 64-bit, both the latest Truecrypt installed, one Windows, one Linux.
I created encrypted pendrive (using partition mode; not file-partition on regular partition) with FAT system on it. I copied several files/directories there -- using Windows.
Then I unmounted it, mounted in Linux, but when I checked if everything is OK, it appeared that only the highest level of file hierarchy is visible -- i.e. only files and directories at mount point. Directories are seen as empty (in fact they are NOT empty).
When I unmount pendrive and mount it again on Windows, all files/subdirectories are visible again.
It is not an issue with older version of TC on Linux, because the version is the same.
The question: how to make files in subdirectories visible on Linux?
Just small example (using Linux notation):
/media/truecrypt1/ -- mount point of encrypted partition
/media/truecrypt1/foo.txt -- visible
/media/truecrypt1/dir/ -- visible
/media/truecrypt1/dir/bar.txt -- this is NOT visible under Linux
I tested this using root account as well, the same problem.
Thanks in advance for any hints.