Note that all SafeConsoleReady Device's do not have Linux capabillity. Refer to hardware vendor documentation to know more.
To unlock your device on a Linux machine (Ubuntu is confirmed to work):
- Please open a terminal and go to the device login volume (usually mounted in /media/).
- Locate the <device-name>.linux file - versions prior to 4.8 have a file that is named device-login
- Run the login application that you have located with the command sudo ./device-login or sudo ./<device-name>.linux
- Enter the password for your Linux user account when prompted
- Unlock secure USB with the device password
Depending on your distribution (Ubuntu is confirmed to work) you may be required to copy the login application to your desktop and chmod the file to be made executable.
Please note that the device must be initialized with a password on a Windows or OS X machine before using it with the Linux client.
32-bit application on 64-bit systems
The executable that device-login runs as is a 32-bit application. If you are on 64-bit system make sure that there are 32-bit libraries that the 32-bit application can run under.
Other available commands
- To lock the device: ./device-login lock or <device-name>.linux lock
- To find the locked status of device: ./device-login status or <device-name>.linux lock