Re: How to access encrypted LVM drive?
Thanks for your reply, jbrice.
It took a while for me to get around to it, but I tried it too and I had a little trouble at the end of that how-to as well.
For the sake of anyone finding this thread in the future, if you're not sure what to enter for,
Use 'sudo ls /dev/', and hopefully you should see the name of your volume group there somewhere, (which you would probably remember from earlier).
sudo mount /dev/paulb-desktop/root /volume
In my case, the 'volume-name' is the name I gave my operating system, mine's called 'beagle'.
Then use 'sudo ls /dev/<volume-name>/'
For an answer from that command I got 'root' and 'swap1'. So, 'root' is quite likely right for everyone.
sudo ls /dev/beagle/
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