Thanks for all your help DZ. I tried two completely different things above. The first from post 2 and 5 involved me mounting to /mnt. The second from post 3 involved me creating symbolic links. They are slightly different, but I am still a newbie at this so you probably can tell more from looking at the outputs.
Originally Posted by DZ*
I tried using your executable, but am having some problems also...
My modifications of your file:
Output from file:
echo $PassPhrase | sudo ecryptfs-add-passphrase --fnek
sudo mount -t ecryptfs $Dsk/home/.ecryptfs/chris/.Private /mnt \
EDIT: I get the same exact output when using 'sudo ./mounter'
Inserted auth tok with sig [xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] into the user session keyring
Inserted auth tok with sig [yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy] into the user session keyring
Attempting to mount with the following options:
Error mounting eCryptfs: [-2] No such file or directory
Check your system logs; visit <http://launchpad.net/ecryptfs>