Say that I want to view the contents of an encrypted home directory, I can simply use "sudo ecryptfs-recover-private " and it will mount an unencrypted copy at /tmp. That's all fine and good, but how do I unmount it from /tmp? The /tmp directory gets cleared at every startup I believe, but what if I want to remove the /tmp ecryptfs directory without rebooting? I can't just delete the folder because it's read-only.
Is there some way to unmount the directory, or is restarting the only option?