How to install Nicotine on a hidden Truecrypt volume?

hi, i got opensuse 11.2 (gnome) and created a hidden volume with truecrypt on it. i would like to install nicotine on the hidden volume now, so i can only run nicotine while it is mounted. i only know how to install stuff with yast, i have no idea how to handle the terminal. i tried but its more like stumbling around. yast always puts the program into the standard menu where i dont want it to be.

i am very thankful for every help

(oh and by the way, can someone tell me, how to disable the autostandby on my monitor? i tried already, but it didnt work)

Tnowion wrote:
> hi, i got opensuse 11.2 (gnome) and created a hidden volume with
> truecrypt on it. i would like to install nicotine on the hidden volume
> now, so i can only run nicotine while it is mounted. i only know how to
> install stuff with yast, i have no idea how to handle the terminal. i
> tried but its more like stumbling around. yast always puts the program
> into the standard menu where i dont want it to be.

i tired to figure out why anyone would want to do that…and, the only
logical assumption i could come to was you want to hide the ability to
send/receive copyright protected files which you “share” but not
purchase (aka: steal)

which is NOT why open source software exists…and, not something i
want to help you accomplish with openSUSE…


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Then remove it afterwardfs from the menu, only a few clicks.

Hi,

Welcome to the forums.

I’m sorry, I’m not going to help you out on this one. Laws in the countries of the EC are becoming very strict in this matter. Saying that file sharing can be used to download linux distro’s and “free” content makes the procedure you want to use unnecessary. In my country giving support to this might very well be a criminal act.
I suggest you look for support in the file sharing forums, I know it’s sort of a hype to run your file sharing on linux and on an encrypted drive. IMHO it’s wearing 2 pair of gloves to avoid fingerprints that are already out there.

Edit: I also suggest you pay for music, software etc etc that has a price tag on it. Or start exploring the world of free and open source software, free music etc etc.

Knurpht wrote:
> IMHO it’s wearing 2 pair of gloves to avoid fingerprints that are
> already out there.

yep, the net-Police know how to inspect a drive…but, don’t need to
because they already know who got what, when and from where…


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