Hey all, I'll start off by warning you I've been an avid Windows user for the past forever, and have just recently started using Linux (Ubuntu 18 to be exact). What i'm looking for is a good recommendation for a package/app used to encrypt entire directories on Linux, the app name will be enough, I can research how to utilise the rest. Some key points to be aware of: - I'll be using the suggested package to encrypt all of my consolidated backups off-site. This is currently around 800GB of data, and can include any file type. - The location of the data will be sitting on a two drive RAID1 array - The data will be accessed and written to via a samba share On Windows, I use TrueCrypt which has been amazing, so I'm looking for something similar to this for Linux. My main concern is, if whatever package is suggested creates an encrypted 'container', this container will have to be decrypted and mounted, during this stage would the utilised space double on the drive? As it would have to be re-encrypted, then that 1 whole 800GB file would have to re-sync to the other RAID1 drive. Also, if the usage space double during decryption, I wouldn't have the drive space for this to happen. Also, CLI only as this is on a Ubuntu Server. No GUI suggestions please Thanks!