The SafeToGo Linux binary requires 32bit libraries. On a 64 bit system you will need to explicitly install these libraries. For example on Ubuntu 16.10 you will need to install the libstdc++ package using the following command.
sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libstdc++6:i386
This will also install the dependent packages gcc-6-base:i386 libc6:i386 libgcc1:i386
Accessing the Drive
Plug the device into the computer and open up a command prompt
List all removable media on the system
The Login Partition will show up as sr# for example sr2. Depending on your distro this might automatically be mounted. If it is mounted a MOUNTPOINT will show up. If not make a directory and manually mount the partition. Replace sr# with your device
sudo mkdir /mnt/safetogo sudo mount /dev/sr# /mnt/safetogo
Finally run the binary file to enter your password and unlock the drive.
Once again run lsblk again this time you should see a new disk
Mount this disk if it doesn't mount automatically. Replace sdb1 with your device
sudo mkdir /mnt/secrets sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/secrets
Locking the Device
To lock the drive unmount the secret partition and run the lock command.
sudo umount /mnt/secrets /mnt/safetogo/safetogo.linux lock