The first time you run this, it will create an encrypted directory
raw in the current working directory, and mount it on directory
content in the same directory. It will ask a couple of questions:
- Create directory "raw" ? -- answer "y"
- Create directory "content" ? -- answer "y"
- Choose configuration mode -- press enter, or "p" for "paranoia mode"
content directory will be visible and editable only by your user, and all the files you put inside will be saved encrypted under
raw. The encrypted data is only visible when
raw is mounted somewhere.
-i 5 means the
content directory will be automatically unmounted after being idle for 5 minutes.
You can manually unmount with
umount ./content in Linux, and
fusermount -u ./content in Mac OS.
raw again, simply re-run the same command. This time it will only ask for the password.