In short: Please provide me with a up-to-date best practice solution to mount my Truecrypt volumes at boot with secure password prompt! I may accept a answer that has nothing to do with Truecrypt and just shows me how the get some prompt at a boot stage, most likely a Truecrypt command will work at that point as well!
This command can be used to test it.
read -n1 -r -p "Press any key to continue..." key
I wish to not discuss any Truecrypt or drive related matters, or anything else think you might think are related or could help. I like to get a prompt at boot nothing else.
Is this maybe possible with upstart script? Or do they run in in background as well?
What I tried already:
rc.local- get ignored for whatever reason
- KDE start script set to "before login" with my autologin in KDE it get executed in background during KDE load (harddisk symbol) and stops there I see nothing can't do anything but rename the script to get into KDE
.profile- gets ignored (or runs silently in background as well)
- KDE start script set to "login" is to late it get executed when the GUI is fully loaded, by backup services (crashplan and dejapub) are already running and don't have the the disk mounted thats setup for backups what leads to things I want to avoid.