I am trying to recover data from an Ubuntu installation with an encrypted home directory mounted on a separate partition
/dev/sda1. I don't have the login passphrase, but I do have the original mount passphrase.
I have tried recovering the data with an Ubuntu 16.04 live USB stick using:
sudo ecryptfs-recover-private media/ubuntu/home_partition/user/.ecryptfs/user/.Private
When asked if I know my login passphrase I say no and then enter the mount passphrase when prompted.
It seems to be working, the output is:
INFO: Success! Private data mounted at [/tmp/encryptfs.xxxxxx].
However, when navigating to
/tmp/encryptfs.xxxxxx, with nautilus as root, all I see is encrypted directories shown as
How can I actually decrypt and access my files?