ecryptfs-recover-private

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SYNOPSIS
       ecryptfs-recover-private [--rw] [encrypted private dir]


DESCRIPTION
       This utility is intended to  help  eCryptfs  recover  data  from  their
       encrypted  home  or  encrypted private partitions.  It is useful to run
       this from a LiveISO or a recovery image.  It must run under sudo(8)  or
       with root permission, in order to search the filesystem and perform the
       mounts.

       The program can take a target encrypted directory on the command  line.
       If  unspecified,  the utility will search the entire system looking for
       encrypted private directories,  as  configured  by  ecryptfs-setup-pri-
       vate(1).

       If  an encrypted directory and a wrapped-passphrase file are found, the
       user is prompted for the login  (wrapping)  passphrase,  the  keys  are
       inserted into the keyring, and the data is decrypted and mounted.

       If  no  wrapped-passphrase file is found, the user will be prompted for
       their mount passphrase.  This passphrase is typically 32 characters  of
       [0-9a-f].  All users are prompted to urgently record this randomly gen-
       erated passphrase when they first setup their encrypted private  direc-
       tory.

       The  destination  mount of the decrypted data is a temporary directory,
       in the form of /tmp/ecryptfs.XXXXXXXX.

       By default, the mount will be read-only.  To mount with read and  write
       permission, add the --rw parameter.


SEE ALSO
       ecryptfs-setup-private(1), sudo(8)

       http://blog.dustinkirkland.com/2009/03/mounting-your-encrypted-home-
       from.html


       http://launchpad.net/ecryptfs/


AUTHOR
       This manpage was written by Dustin Kirkland  <kirkland@ubuntu.com>  for
       Ubuntu  systems  (but may be used by others).  Permission is granted to
       copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU
       General Public License, Version 2 or any later version published by the
       Free Software Foundation.

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