tcmount 1.0.0 was totally rewritten
to favor convention over personalization.
It no longer manages a personal settings files,
and all dependencies have been removed.
Please read below (or use the previous release with
npm i -g firstname.lastname@example.org).
A command line tool for mounting and dismounting TrueCrypt volumes
$ npm install -g tcmount
tcmount <name> mounts
~/.tc/<reservedname>.tc to a preset path. One such reserved name is
chrome which is mounted on
Other reserved names can by seen with
If you need additional presets, open an issue or a pull request and I'll either add it or implement a way to customize presets.
tcmount -u <name> unmounts
~/<name> (or the reserved path).
tcmount -l lists currently mounted volumes.
tcmount -h prints the help screen.
tcmount -v prints the version number.
- Truecrypt is required
- No support for key files or hidden volumes.
- Not tested in Linux.
alias tm='tcmount' alias tu='tcmount -u'