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You can't unless you can find a linux clone of that software: Wine doesn't support usb passthrough(or other device passthrough). Wine has no concept of admin priviledges, so things written to assert running as admin fail. You should be able to do it with virtualbox with usb passthrough and extensions for full highspeed usb support.
Yes you can do that. I use an external harddrive and mount it on my Ubuntu installations with cryptsetup/dm-crypt. But you need to update your cryptsetup packages to version 1.6 to get this functionality. I use this PPA. Mounting a container is no different from mounting an encrypted partition as one would expect: $ sudo cryptsetup tcryptOpen ...
Another Solution: Try running crontab -e and add something like the below: (see here for details) # # some comments are here # # # rsync archive every day at midnight change /dev/null to a file name if you want to see the logs 0 0 * * * rsync –avu /path/to/source ~/rsync/daily > /dev/null # rsync every sunday at 4am change /dev/null to a file name if ...
1) Encrypt the new Ubuntu installation for security (you will choose a security key in the next step). By enabling this option you enable complete encryption of your Ubuntu partition on your hard drive. Every time you boot your computer into Ubuntu you'll need to provide a passphrase so that you can access your Ubuntu partition. Note, that this is ...
I have been using the encrypted home directory feature for years and I can tell you that while it behaves fine under normal circumstances it will bring your machine to its knees when doing any kind of intense file operations. I have a quad-core Pentium i7 with 16GB of RAM from System7. By any measure it is a lightening fast laptop with a SATA 7200 RPM ...
Starting with Avery's answer, (on Ubuntu 12.04) I had to specify the filesystem type with "tmp=ext4" to get it to work: /etc/cryptsetup: crypttmp /dev/sdb /dev/urandom precheck=/bin/true,tmp=ext4,size=256,hash=sha256,cipher=aes-cbc-essiv:sha256 /etc/fstab: /dev/mapper/crypttmp /tmp ext4 noatime 0 2
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