Mount VeraCrypt Volume in Ubuntu Linux

Now lets see how to mount file container in Ubuntu in order to access your hidden files inside an encrypted VeraCrypt container. We can do this by using either the GUI or the terminal.

Create an Encrypted File Container Using VeraCrypt in Ubuntu

VeraCrypt is a cross-platform file encryption software that let you create encrypted file containers that can access from any operating system. In this demo I’m going to create new VeraCrypt volume on my Ubuntu 18.04 desktop.

How to Install VeraCrypt on Ubuntu

TrueCrypt was a popular cross-platform software used to encrypt and protect your data. But the TrueCrypt project is no longer maintained and the VeraCrypt has become the most popular alternative to TrueCrypt.

How to Enable Administrator Account in Windows 10

Microsoft Windows 10 has a built-in Administrator account, a superuser that has ultimate privileges to the operating system. Similar to Linux root user.

How to Change Hostname in Ubuntu Server/Desktop

Hostname is the friendly name use to identify your server on a network. Configuring the hostname is an important network configuration task and therefore as a Linux administrator, it is important that you know how to set the hostname in your Ubuntu system.

How to Configure static IP address in Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS

How to Configure static IP address in Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS

When it comes to Ubuntu network interface configuration, the way in which you set a…

How to Install Apache, PHP and MySQL on Ubuntu 18.04

How to Install Apache, PHP and MySQL on Ubuntu 18.04

In this tutorial we are going to learn how to configure Ubuntu 18.04 server as…

How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu Desktop

How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu Desktop

Oracle VM VirtualBox is a popular Type 2 hypervisor available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and…

Ubuntu Snap Packages: Complete guide to  snap package management tool

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Snappy is a universal package format introduced by canonical, the same company behind the Ubuntu…