I have the same problem!
I used 9.10 RC and had:
2) I decided to format / and swap
I installed the 9.10 final, formatted / and /swap, and mounted /home
3) When I started my new installation, I get many errors:
OS doesn't recognized my /home
Probably because it's encrypted, but the OS doesn't ask anything.
4) Fine, I can't decrypt my /home
5) I reinstalled my 9.10 ubuntu and used other partition to /home
Now I have:
And /dev/sda3, my OLD HOME.
I need to recovery my partition SDA3 (OLD HOME), but I can't decrypt it.
I installed the cryptsetup and ecryptfs-tools and saw many tutorials, but I can't recovery my partition.
When I mount it, I see:
Access Your Private Data
But any information help me.
THIS DIRECTORY HAS BEEN UNMOUNTED TO PROTECT YOUR DATA.
From the graphical desktop, click on:
"Access Your Private Data"
From the command line, run:
When I click two times in "Access Your Private Data", one window open and close automatically.
Help me! I have (or had) more 300gB files in SDA3.