tomb

tomb

TLDR

Create a new tomb with an initial size of 100MB

$ tomb dig -s [100] [encrypted_directory.tomb]
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Create a new key file that can be used to lock a tomb; user will be prompted for a password for the key

$ tomb forge [encrypted_directory.tomb.key]
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Initialize and lock an empty tomb using a key made with forge

$ tomb lock [encrypted_directory.tomb] -k [encrypted_directory.tomb.key]
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Mount a tomb (by default in /media) using its key, making it usable as a regular filesystem directory

$ tomb open [encrypted_directory.tomb] -k [encrypted_directory.tomb.key]
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Close a tomb (fails if the tomb is being used by a process)

$ tomb close [encrypted_directory.tomb]
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Forcefully close all open tombs, killing any applications using them

$ tomb slam all
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List all open tombs

$ tomb list
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