Do you have Disable kernel cryptographic services clicked in the preferences? if not then do that and try again. Also make sure to use the nautilus hack or else you'll get the "cant find nautilus" error.
something similar to
since truecrypt is calling
nautilus --no-default-window --no-desktop /mnt/truecrypt1
The first thing worked well:
- Disable kernel cryptographic services
But perhaps I made something wrong with the second hint:
- nautilus --no-default-window --no-desktop /mnt/truecrypt1
I put this in a script in /usr/local/bin, named it "nautilus" and made it executable.
But when I click "Open" in Truecrypt to open the container, a never ending series of rox-windows comes up and fills the screen permanently - I found no way to stop the mess.
So at least I shut down the computer by pressing the I/O-button.
I must say that I am not familiar with scripts, so what did I do wrong?