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comment Decrypt $HOME from Separate Partition after re-install
$ sudo mount -t ecryptfs /media/drive/user1/ /mnt -o key=passphrase,ecryptfs_cipher=aes,ecryptfs_key_bytes=16,ecryptfs_passthrough=n,‌​,ecryptfs_enable_filename_crypto=yes Passphrase: Filename Encryption Key (FNEK) Signature [series of numbers]: [FNEK_given from series] Attempting to mount with the following options: ecryptfs_unlink_sigs ecryptfs_fnek_sig=[Given fnek] ecryptfs_key_bytes=16 ecryptfs_cipher=aes ecryptfs_sig=[signature] Mounted eCryptfs $ ls /mnt Access-Your-Private-Data.desktop README.txt
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comment Decrypt $HOME from Separate Partition after re-install
Nope. That didnt helped to gain access. It seems it has mounted the same home dir w/o any change. The two files(symlinks) are still there. On both with encryptfs mounted dir and on original dir. Files are - Access-Your-Private-Data.desktop and README.txt $ ls /media/drive/user1/ Access-Your-Private-Data.desktop README.txt $ sudo ecryptfs-add-passphrase --fnek Passphrase: Inserted auth tok with sig [series of numbers] into the user session keyring Inserted auth tok with sig [series of numbers] into the user session keyring
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