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ecryptfs - unknown password and possibly lost

This is probably going to be a long post, but at the moment I cannot see the wood for the trees, so any help appreciated. In a nutshell: the other night I changed my (login) password. Then forgot it. ...
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Would like to use different passwords for initial login and sudo for encrypted home folder

I just encrypted my home directory using ecryptfs and the instructions from How to Encrypt Ubuntu Home Folder After Installation. In order to really benefit from the encryption, however, I needed to ...
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Ecryptfs: lost passphrase

When I mounted some dir by mount -t ecryptfs private data I entered wrong password. I wrote data in this dir and now I can't mount it. I have no valid password and passphrase (know only the same), ...
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Recover the LOGIN passphrase with the MOUNT PASSPHRASE

First steps with Ubuntu... after holidays, I forgot my password. HOURA ! So I used GRUB to change my password, it was a success. But... rebooting the computer, arriving on the launch screen... I wrote ...
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Cannot mount encrypted home after password change, ecryptfs not configured (no passphrase set)

I recently forgot my user password from a relatively fresh Ubuntu 13.04 installation (dual-boot with Windows 7, latter more heavily used). During setup, I had selected the encrypted home directory ...
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how to change password of an enrypted ubuntu user account?

I changed my ubuntu user password using: $ sudo passwd now when I reboot and login using the new password, following warning is displayed: Signature not found in user keyring perhaps try the ...
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Can't decrypt files - passphrase doesn't work

I have the exact same problem as this gentleman had here: Encrypted Home... Forgotten Password, but no Passphrase , i had an old user with with encrypted /home folder and changed the password from ...
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Security aspects of home dir encryption [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a security risk if a password can be reset easily? Changing the login password will automatically make an encrypted home directory re-accessible, as PAM takes ...
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How do I encrypt a user's home folder having no password?

The problem I have is that I use eCryptfs to encrypt a user's home folder, but in order to decrypt it the user must have a password. However, after I encrypt the home folder, I would love to change ...
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ecryptfs-setup-private login passphrase incorrect

I'm trying to access my former home folder. When I run ecryptfs-setup-private, I am asked for my login passphrase which returns ERROR: Your login passphrase is incorrect. I have tried both, my ...
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Will changing password re-encrypt my home directory?

I need to change my user password. Do I need to take any extra steps for my encrypted home directory to become inaccessible with my old password and only accessible with my new password?