I want create scrip for mount partition bit locker.
for mount bitlocker i type this commands
: /tmp$ sudo dislocker -v -V /dev/sdb1 -p000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000 – /mnt/tmp
: /tmp$ ls /mnt/tmp
: /tmp$ sudo mount -o loop,rw /mnt/tmp/dislocker-file /mnt/disk
: /tmp$ ls /mnt/disk/
I want after create script mount just one click not write commands again and add scrip for running startup
how to create scrip for mount partition bitlocker?
forget this command =======/tmp$ sudo dislocker -v -V /dev/sda9
I am not sure what you are trying to do. Is the bitlocked partition no a fixed or removable hard drive?
If this is a fixed drive partition, then do you wish to mount the decrypted filesystem in e.g. /mnt/disk at boot time?
A simple way would be to create the script (without the sudos) in e.g. /usr/loca/bin (make it executable), and then add a “@reboot” entry for it in root’s crontab.
I want to put the commands in a file(script)
Commands placed in a script and runing when. Boot system
And boot the system to be implemented
I am sorry, but I do not fully understand. If the commands that you posted work,then use any text editor (I use vim) to create a file e.g.* /usr/local/bin/mount-dislocked-1* containing the following:
## or /bin/dash if preferred and installed
if "$mountpoint/" ] ;then mkdir -p "$mountpoint/" ; fi chmod a+x $mountpoint
dislocker -v -V $bitloked -p000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000 -- /mnt/tmp
mount -o loop,rw /mnt/tmp/dislocker-file /mnt/disk
# no liability for errors accepted.#
> sudo chmod u+x /usr/local/bin/mount-dislocked-1
> sudo crontab -u root -e
and add the line:
No guarantees,but it might get yuo started.#
# dislocker -v -V /dev/sda9
# cd /mnt/tmp
#dislocker -v -V /dev/sda9 -p451891-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000-000000 -- /mnt/tmp
#mount -o loop,rw /mnt/tmp/dislocker-file /mnt/disk
On Thu, 19 Nov 2015 17:06:01 +0000, 123thinksuse wrote:
> And boot the system to be implemented
> please re-make script this is my commands for make script
Put the commands in a text file that has:
as the first line. Script created.
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A simple way would be to create the script (without the sudos) in e.g. [i]/usr/loca/bin (make it executable), and then add a “@reboot” entry for it in root’s crontab.[/QUOTE]
Thanks for help
I can create script but runing my script with
I wan add script on the startup
I added. Systemsettings5->autostart but not runing in the startup system
How to runing in startup?
Replace sudo with into script
echo "my password" | sudo -S
Now working startup
Thanks to all
Special thanks eng-int