How to decrypt CD encryptes with loopback/eas256?
I have a CD that was encrypted with loopback and eas256. The last time I decrypted it, I used this command:
sudo mount -t iso9660 /dev/dvd /mnt/dvd -o loop,encryption=aes
and it worked fine. Now, using the sme command, I get this:
When I look in syslog, the only thing I see is:
mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop1,
missing codepage or helper program, or other error
In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try
dmesg | tail or so
However, I am using the same machine I used when I did the encryption. Right now, I think the problem is that I don't have loop-eas-utils installed, but if I try to install it, I get a meessage saying that it will uninstall fuse, fuse-utils, gfs-fuse, and other packages. So I'm thinking that's not a good idea.
[37935.023276] Intel AES-NI instructions are not detected.
How can I read this CD now? Can it be read using a different approach, while still recognizing my original password?
Re: How to decrypt CD encryptes with loopback/eas256?
Hello, i had a similar problem with it wanting to uninstall fuse, this website showed how to compile a loop-aes-utils that doesn't conflict with fuse, i also had to use this site to build loop-aes-utils for my computers that use Raring, for some reason loop-aes-utils was removed from that version.
Temporary debianized loop-aes-utils not conflicting with fuse
Since beginning of the year 2011 fuse package is in conflict with loop-aes-utils. It has been reported many times and finally somewhere in October 2011 someone wrote a patch for mount and umount which solves the problem.
Unfortunately I need both on daily basis so I could either: downgrade fuse and wait until someone changes "conflict" line to something version-dependent and not just absolute: loop-aes-utils. or do compile my own loop-aes-utils and use it under different name.