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February 12, 2011, 05:19:15 PM
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Does anyone have experience or opinion with regard to running Bitcoin on a PC that's been encrypted with Truecrypt?  The OS is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
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February 12, 2011, 05:47:20 PM
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Does anyone have experience or opinion with regard to running Bitcoin on a PC that's been encrypted with Truecrypt?  The OS is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.

What exactly do you mean ? Your question is quite unprecise.

I just installed Bitcoin on 10.04 on a Virtual Machine with /home encrypted and yeah, it works fine.
Also, i have been using a lot of apps with truecrypt hard drives on my More-Hardcore-Linux-Distribution(tm), and guess what: they all work. Even data recovery utilities work on TC drives exactly the same way as on normal drives.

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February 12, 2011, 06:45:42 PM
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Does anyone have experience or opinion with regard to running Bitcoin on a PC that's been encrypted with Truecrypt?  The OS is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
I have been running bitcoin on my windows 7 64bit computer with full-disk encryption for a couple months now.

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February 12, 2011, 07:05:11 PM
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Does anyone have experience or opinion with regard to running Bitcoin on a PC that's been encrypted with Truecrypt?  The OS is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
I have been running bitcoin on my windows 7 64bit computer with full-disk encryption for a couple months now.

No offence here, but you look pinguish.
Shouldn't you be saying "I have been running bitcoin on my Slackware 64bit computer with full-disk encryption for a couple months now." ? Wink

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February 12, 2011, 07:09:43 PM
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Does anyone have experience or opinion with regard to running Bitcoin on a PC that's been encrypted with Truecrypt?  The OS is Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
I have been running bitcoin on my windows 7 64bit computer with full-disk encryption for a couple months now.

No offence here, but you look pinguish.
Shouldn't you be saying "I have been running bitcoin on my Slackware 64bit computer with full-disk encryption for a couple months now." ? Wink
I would be...but it takes days to decrypt a full 1.5TB drive, I just haven't gotten around to committing the time yet lol. I will most likely end up putting some form of unix on here as I won't be playing computer games on this rig anymore.

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February 12, 2011, 07:46:21 PM
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Why would there be any difference? TrueCrypt encryption is transparent to all software.

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