A command line tool for mounting and dismounting TrueCrypt volumes
tcmount lets you save links between truecrypt volumes and mount points, and mount and dismount them easily.
$ npm install -g tcmount
tcmount shows you the list of your defined links, including their ids.
Here is the result of
tcmount in an environment with this .tcmount file:
Green files or folders are mounted, yellow are not, and grey do not exist at the time.
tcmount <id> will mount the link with that id.
tcmount -u <id> will unmount the link with that id.
tcmount -l <file> <mountpoint> will create a link from the file to the mountpoint.
tcmount -t <id> will remove the link with that id.
tcmount <file> <mountpoint> can be used to mount a file to a mountpoint without having it in your settings.
tcmount -o <id> will open the link's target folder.
Here is a flow of a few commands:
- The links data is saved as json in ~/.tcmount
- No support for key files or hidden volumes.
- Not tested in Linux.
alias tm='tcmount'alias tu='tcmount -u'