Seems to work OK so far in Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon. To avoid the seg fault, the user must run with elevated privileges in Linux Mint. After installing, you should create a launcher on the desktop, and then for the command, gksu cryptkeeper.
Mint LXDE 17.2 seems to bomb out first couple of runs, then it works, icon appears in the tray and everything seems to work after that.
Great and simple to use tool to mount encrypted folders. (Got it working out of the box on cinnamon 17.2)
does not work in cinnamon (17.2) - segmentation fault
simple to use
Perfect replacement for TrueCrypt... I love it.
simple to use, integrates easily with nemo, worth downloading
The applet can be easily overlooked at first and does not always appear. Double clicking, rather than single clicking, the Menu shortcut produces more consistent results. Drives can only be unmounted from the applet, not from Nemo. Once you get over these little quirks, the program works great.
Handy & useful.
Very easy front end to encfs and fusermount. Works seamlessly on my encrypted dropbox folder with my W7 work PC running "ENCFS Gui" so I get access to the same encrypted files both on Linux and under windows
запускается не с первого раза, CTD с ошибкой адресации.
Хорошая программа, однако Gnome Encfs Manager лучше ;)
Imprescindible para ocultar archivos.
simple and usefull
Great job! A slight learning curve, but simple and effective.
Works great with Linux Mint 14 and LMDE. The only thing required to get it working is to "sudo addgroup your_username fuse". Allows access to my Dropbox files originally encrypted in Windows using BoxCryptor. Easy and convenient to use. Must-have for anyone concerned about cloud data security.