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zuluMount For Linux Commandline


zuluMount for Linux commandline is a general purpose mounting tool, that can mount both unencrypted volumes as well as, zuluCrypt supported encrypted volumes.

zuluMount should be the tool to use if all you want to do is mount and unmount volumes as its better tuned for this purpose.

If these commands fail with @ERROR: setgroups() failed: Operation not permitted@ error, then

Invoke them using sudo/su/pkexec or,uninstall the version you have (you probably got it from your distro) and install the version provided on the project's main page.

These zuluMount packages do not have this problem.

Version:5.5.0 released May 1st, 2019.


-- Add support for unlocking bitlocker volumes using dislocker(https://github.com/mhogomchungu/dislocker)
-- Fix a build issue on some distributions.
-- Add ability to create a plain dm-crypt volume at the end of a regular file(steganography).
-- Various fixes and improvements.

License: GNU/GPLv2 or later.

Download for Debian 9 Stretch here.

For Ubuntu and others see here.

How to install:

Make sure you have the following packages installed before proceeding:
1. libsecret
2. libgcrypt20
3. qtbase5
4. libcryptsetup
5. libblkid

Install these in the following order:

  1. libzuluCrypt1
  2. libzuluCrypt-dev
  3. zuluCrypt-cli
  4. zuluCrypt-gui

To make this as simple as possible, open a terminal window and type:

cd Downloads

Press Enter,

cd zuluCrypt-5.5.0-debian-9-Stretch

Press Enter,

cd AMD64

Press Enter, and now either install them one-by-one as above or type:

sudo dpkg -i *.deb

Press Enter,

How to use zuluCrypt:


- Howto

Developers website


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