OK, this question shows how to install Truecrypt on Linux. But how to configure it correctly in Ubuntu 14.04, so it works fine: a normal user should be able to mount a truecrypt volume without the

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Any live distribution with cryptsetup should be able to read truecrypt volumes, and I thought they all could mount local drives (apparently you found one that can't).. I know Linux Mint, Ubuntu, Debian, CrunchBang can, probably any Debian-derived distro, or Arch, or Red Hat, I think they all can install cryptsetup one way or the other.. FYI, from cryptsetup's help: TrueCrypt 4.2 Released - Linux.com