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Old 30th January 2012
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Hi. I'm pretty much a BSD newbie, but so far I've found OpenBSD (5.0, i386) does everything I want from a desktop except one - I need to be able to open files encrypted with Truecrypt. I've tried installing the linux binaries using the linux emulation layer, which gave me a couple of missing dependencies (libfuse.so.2 and libc.so.6), but after finding those on a ubuntu box and copying them over, all I get is
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$ truecrypt
Floating point exception (core dumped)
I'm really not knowledgeable enough to know what to try next so I was hoping somebody would be able to help!
Alternatively, are there any programs in the ports collection that would do the same job?

Thanks!
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Old 4th February 2012
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openbsd uses fedora base as a package for linux emulation
rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/search.php?query=libfuse.so.2

can always use qemu to spawn a temporary VM and access ur encrypted files from a usb/cd or something
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