My windows 8.1 boxes run TC perfectly with both FDE and containers. On Friday, June 6, 2014, Karen Palen <karenpalensl@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > One point Steve Gibson brought up in his podcast > https://www.grc.com/sn/sn-458.pdf > > "And so my theory is, imagine that these guys decide they're done. I mean, > they created > what they wanted. They have a piece of code. And now out comes Windows 8. > Their code > doesn't support the GPT. It only supports the master boot record. And > there's the whole > Windows 8 safe boot complication and all of that. So they're looking, if > they want to continue to move this forward, at a substantial effort in > order to give this thing Windows 8 compatibility. And they look around and > think, you know, why? We're done." > > Speculation about the TrueCrypt devs, but I think he has a point about the > work involved in supporting Windows 8! > > On 06/06/2014 06:26 AM, Stephen R Guglielmo wrote: > >> On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 9:22 AM, Bill Cox <waywardgeek@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: >> >>> However, I feel *very* strongly that the first priority should be >>> shipping a >>> slightly updated tool with our rebranding, to start people transitioning >>> from TrueCrypt to CipherShed, rather than having them switch to >>> BitLocker. >>> Every day we delay, we lose more users! >>> >> Yes! I agree that, although we're talking about a lot of the future >> here, the actual priorities are to: >> 1. Get the sources compiling on whatever systems we want to support >> (Win, Linux, BSD?, Mac?) >> 2. Rebrand it to comply with the TC3.0 license >> 3. Release as 1.0 >> 4. THEN, work on future code improvements/fixes/etc. >> >> > -- > Hypocrite: (noun) Republican who collects Social Security or Medicare! > > -- -- At the time of writing, no warrants have ever been served to me, nor am I under any personal legal compulsion concerning the CipherShed project. I do not know of any searches or seizures of my assets.