Maybe if instead of you asking about filesystem compatibility (we all
know that problem), what if you ask on what your purpose for this
cross is.


Because I know I'll be shooting from the hip to try to understand the
scenario before I can be of real help.


--Tim

On 6/3/09, Azim <quakerdoo...@fmguy.com> wrote:
>
> No it need not strictly be an iso. Infact I want a 10 GB file.
> I had given GELI encrypted UFS file a thought but I want it to be
> mountable from MS-Windows as well.
> UFS Explorer mounts UFS Disks but allows one way data xfrer (from UFS to
> Windows). You cannot write onto using UFS Explorer. Besides that, I
> doubt if UFS Explorer would ask for a password on encountering the
> encrypted file.
>
> Any inputs how to mount a UFS encrypted file as a drive on Windows with
> RW support ? That would be the best solution !!
>
> Any ideas ?
>
>
> On Wed, 03 Jun 2009 10:58 -0600, "Tim Judd" <taj...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Does it need to be an ISO file? i'm just curious why you can't use a
>> UFS file that's then geli encrypted?
>>
>>
>> If it does need to be an iso, simply make the same UFS filesystem (2k
>> blocksize) of 700MB and geli encrypt that.  It'll still burn to CD,
>> but won't be a CD Filesystem.
>>
>>
>> Does this help?
>
>
>
> Regards,
> --
>   Azim
>
> --
> http://www.fastmail.fm - Faster than the air-speed velocity of an
>                           unladen european swallow
>
>
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