I've booted into my computer using a ubuntu 12.04 livecd, and have installed truecrypt. I have mounted a truecrypt drive, but I can't seem to create any files/folders on the truecrypt drive. The options are grayed out.
Anyone know why is this happening? Even though I made sure the readonly option is disabled when mounting via truecrypt.
Apparently I am not the owner of the drive so I can't change the permissions... I am the owner.
I've tried this on 2 different computers and both have the same issue. However, if I mount the truecrypt drive on the original computer it was created on using a HDD installation of Ubuntu instead of a livecd, the truecrypt drive works perfectly well as expected.
So basically, using a livecd, I boot into the computer, and install truecrypt, which I guess gets installed on the computers ram. I then attach a usb storage device to the computer. The usb storage device is a fully encrypted drive. When I mount this drive using truecrypt, I can see everything in the drive, but I cannot add/edit anything in the drive. How do write to the drive?