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Phezz
September 30th, 2010, 05:26 PM
Update installed 2.6.32.25, but everytime I boot into it, Ubuntu does a file system check, and either tells me my Harddrive is corrupted or complains that it cant find a large list of locations / files / directories.

I can log in from a console, but it spews messages (from memory):
ecryptfs Unable to allocate Crypto cipher [aes] -2

and my home directory is replaced with some instructions for ecryptfs which fail with the above message.

I looked this message up - but the only hits were "make sure it's all installed right" with no instructions.

Rebooting and choosing 2.6.32.24 works fine

Ideas?

mrgs
October 2nd, 2010, 04:58 AM
Since the system works with the older kernel, it is obviously a bug in the new one. It would be great if you would open a bug report in Launchpad (or confirm it, if it is already opened).

Meanwhile I would just use the old kernel, plain and simple.

miroslavl
October 7th, 2010, 06:18 PM
For me the same problem :(