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Old 10-20-2015, 08:51 AM   #1
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Smile Veracrypt - mounting as removable medium Archlinux

Hi everyone. I have a problem with mentioned activity. Details:
  • According to the documentation, to mount crypted volume as removable media, I need to add the following parameter to mount options: "rm" or "removable".
  • Unfortunately activity mentioned doesn't work, and OS is unable to mount.
  • Syntax is good for sure, other options like "ro" (stands for read-only) work well.
Did anyone have the same problem? May I ask you for the solution please? Thanks for help in advance, and greetings!

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