I have a 16GB flash drive I have setup to run Ubuntu 12.04 from. While using it, I accidentally deleted .bashrc, and rebooted the system not realizing the file was gone. Now Ubuntu just hangs on the load.
I have setup another flash drive with 13.10, in an attempt to mount the 12.04 flash drive and add the .bashrc file back in. When I mount the drive, my HOME directory where .bashrc would live, is not there. I did some research and found that most likely the directories are encrypted, and ran through the "Recovering your data automatically" step of this post:
But after running
sudo ecryptfs-recover-private /media/usb successfully, nothing changed in the mounted drive. How can I get to my HOME directory to add the .bashrc file back in so I can boot this drive again?