vici wrote:Why won't encfs do it for you?
Remember, you only have to type the encfs command once (everytime after the NAS reboots).
WhoCares? wrote:Interesting for any of you? -> Dev-Funstuff: EncFS for ReadyNAS x86
I would like to be able to enter the encfs password through Frontview (and spawn a shell script that does the mounting for me instead of having to run ssh). That way someone else is able to start the share after rebooting or a power failure.
I had a quick look at add-ons, but do not want to spend a lot of time on this. It is probably not more than 10 mins work for someone who knows what he is doing (or so I hope).
Enter encrypted directory to be mounted: VARIABLE_1
Enter mount point: VARIABLE_2
Enter password: VARIABLE_3
Shell script to be run (as root):
Check if VARIABLE_1 and VARIABLE_2 start with a '/', exist and are directories. If not: ABORT.
echo $VARIABLE_3 | encfs -S --public $VARIABLE_1 $VARIABLE_2
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