I already tried this and it doesn't work as expected.
Originally Posted by Ranko Kohime
If i add noauto then it behaves with same way as it is commented at all.
If there is noauto then the device is not mounted. And it is visible on filemanager. i mount it but it is not mounted to the folder configured on fstab. it is mounted to auto created folder with long code name. and a user can not write to it
I also tried with defaults,noauto,user . This also doesn't help and a user can not write.
Other strange this is taht when i try to mount as root with
i see the error
maybe the problem is somehow related to the file /etc/crypttab? In other tutorials i didn't found this file is used when configure encrypted partitions.
mount: special device /dev/mapper/cryptname does not exists