I’m having trouble finding a KDE version app for Disks( gnome-disk-utility 3.10.0-1ubuntu3). Is there a KDE app that is comparable to this?
Not exactly, Partition Manager has many of the same features, but looks more like gparted than disks.
Thanks, that confirmed what I was able to find. What I’m really looking for is an ability to encrypt storage devices ( primarly USB drives ). I did this in the past when I used Ubuntu using Disk Utility, are you aware of any KDE app that can perform this task? I can install Disk but I do try to stay purely KDE/Qt as much as possible.
Thanks for your help!
Available for Netrunner Rolling (Manjaro) via the AUR.
I’m not sure where to find it for Netrunner 14/15/16 (Ubuntu), you may need to compile it yourself.
There is also zulucrypt: http://mhogomchungu.github.io/zuluCrypt/
Once again, thanks for your help. I’ve used Gnome Encfs manager in the past but was not aware of KEncFS–I will check into it.
And I’m also aware of Zulucrypt–aware that its available to some distros( Arch/PCLinuxOS ). If I had a bit more skill I’d attempt a PPA and make it available to *buntu based distros.
–All most convinces me to switch to the rolling release version of Netrunner!
Zulucrypt is already available for ubuntu and derivitives, just scroll down the page to binary packages.