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Thread Starter 
So I've been trying to give TrueCrypt a try, so I installed it on Linux Mint 10 LXDE.
Well, everything went fine with the install and all. But I'm having a problem.

When I try and double click the container that I want to add things in, in TrueCrypt. I get this message below.



Well of course, since LM LXDE uses PCManFM as it's file manager and not Nautilus.
So I went on a Google hunt to see if someone else had this problem. I found something. But I'm rather confused.

https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic....918916#p918916

Would someone like to help me?
I tried creating a txt file named Nautilus in the /usr/bin file w/ the instructions on that link. But it seems that didn't work.

So instead of this on the page
Code:
#!/bin/bash
exec thunar $@
exit 0
Mine would be
Code:
#!/bin/bash
exec pcmanfm $@
exit 0
But still didn't work.
post #2 of 4
Did you chmod +x it?

chmod +x /usr/bin/nautilus
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post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 
I forgot to do that , so I just did.
Now I get this error.



Quite frustrating lol.
post #4 of 4
Thread Starter 
Double post.
But I got it working.

Instead of
Code:
#!/bin/bash
exec pcmanfm $@
exit 0
I used this
Code:
#!/bin/bash
exec pcmanfm $3
exit 0
So instead of the @ symbol, I replaced it with the number 3 and it opens perfectly.
Silly me. Not to mention it was quite late when I was trying to throw all this together.
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