A solution would be to specify the mount point and then navigate to the mount point.
I have an encrypted file named "enc1" at "/home/desgua/Dropbox", and my mount point is the folder "/mnt/mymountpoint/", so I type this on terminal:
And then navigate to "/mnt/mymountpoint/" to see my files.
And to unmount:
Outside command line
You can edit the file /etc/fstab (open it with
Now you can mount through GUI and navigate to /mnt/mymountpoint
More info here.
Also you can create a launcher to mount it:
1) Paste this at terminal:
2) Then paste this into the file and save:
[Desktop Entry] Type=Application Encoding=UTF-8 Name=Unmount Truecrypt Comment=Unmount all mounted Truecrypt files Exec=gnome-terminal -e "bash -c \"truecrypt --mount /home/desgua/Dropbox/enc1 /mnt/mymountpoint/ ; exit; exec bash\"" Icon=/usr/share/icons/Humanity/actions/48/go-jump.svg Categories=Application;Accessories;
3) Now look at your desktop and drag the file to the Launcher.