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  1. Re: Feeling defeated - Need help

    First, I'm not good at ecrypt, but maybe this?

    http://blog.dustinkirkland.com/2011/04/introducing-ecryptfs-recover-private.html
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting external drive with confused passwords and encryption

    Results from LiveISO session.

    Running sudo fdisk -l while external /home is powered up up freezes. So no /dev/sdXX is viewable.

    Opening Natuilus file manager panel icon of external /home. I...
  3. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting external drive with confused passwords and encryption

    While the bytes on the external drive are the files that deja-dup made a backup set of, they are not an encrypted /home as I read the Community Page at Post #4, as TheFu notes. What "encryption"...
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    Re: USB do not work

    By "2 usb's plugged." -- Tell me what devices are plugged in.

    Also, unplug those 2 "usb's", reboot the OS, attach (plug-in) the iPOD. Run lsusb again, and if the iPOD show up, we will go from...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: Mounting external drive with confused passwords and encryption

    mterry2 - there are a "lot of files", viz.:


    root@Lexington:/media/mark/9deada4e-82ad-45fa-a1c6-a8e68d8b41f5/.ecryptfs/mark/.Private# ls...
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    Re: USB do not work

    22chrishodge

    You have not given much information and I'm concerned that my reply is inadequate, but here goes:

    Can you open a Terminal (CTRL ALT T keys simultaneously) and type in


    lsusb
    ...
  7. [ubuntu] Mounting external drive with confused passwords and encryption

    I have had, a backup of /home on an external drive. The backup set was created by Ubuntu's "Backups" and for the rest of this post and further posts, I'll call it deja-dup to disambiguate.

    The...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Mapping to decrypt

    Today, I forgot to remove the thumb drive so it mounted at /sda1 at power up time. The device I want to unlock (open) is /sdc1 and is listed as 1.8T mounted at /media/mark/UUID of the hdd. After...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Mapping to decrypt

    mark@Lexington:~$ sudo cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sdc1 crypt1
    Device /dev/sdc1 is not a valid LUKS device.


    mark@Lexington:~$ sudo blkid

    /dev/sda1: UUID="a485a67f-2f02-418f-be37-a8408d89258c"...
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    Re: Can't power off Ubuntu 16.04.2

    I had to update my BIOS to be able to have Ubuntu power off automatically.
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    [ubuntu] Mapping to decrypt

    Following How to Recover a LUKS Encrypted Disk, I tried:


    root@Lexington:/media/mark# cryptsetup -v luksOpen /dev/sdc1/ sdc1_cryp
    Device /dev/sdc1/ doesn't exist or access denied.
    Command...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Twice Encrypted

    Per: Recover a LUKS Encrypted Disk Alvin Abad



    mark@Lexington:~$ sudo fdisk -l

    Disk /dev/sdc: 1.8 TiB, 2000398934016 bytes, 3907029168 sectors
    Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
    Sector...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Twice Encrypted

    I read the post you supplied and am still researching. Please bear with me. I'm going slow to trying to get it all lined up properly before running commands.

    1 - is the encryption used by Ubuntu:...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Twice Encrypted

    "Was this selected by ticking the box for 'Encrypt the new Ubuntu installation for security' during installation?" YES.

    No other method was used. Not during the installation nor after. The backup...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Twice Encrypted

    sudodus, please see post #1, above.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Twice Encrypted

    "Full disk encryption"? I don't know. What I did, was at the installation of 16.04.2 choose

    "Encrypt the new Ubuntu installation for security"

    a sample screenshot is attached. It shows a...
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    [ubuntu] Twice Encrypted

    I installed 16.04.2 on a bare silicon ssd. I selected the stock (standard) encryption method at boot time. At the time of installation, I had an unencrypted backup of /home from on an external sata...
  18. [ubuntu] Re: Using the encryption that Ubuntu creates during an installation

    I'm getting more confused.


    mark@Lexington:/media/mark$ cd /media/mark/6999871c-cc18-4cae-a3c9-5f743e13a015
    bash: cd: /media/mark/6999871c-cc18-4cae-a3c9-5f743e13a015: Permission denied
    ...
  19. [ubuntu] Using the encryption that Ubuntu creates during an installation

    At install of 16.04.2 I selected the "stock" or "standard" encryption. I have my log in screen password as well as the 32 bit ecryptfs passphrase.

    Do I use this:

    ecryptfs-unwrap-passphrase
    ...
  20. [SOLVED] Re: Terminal Listings (lines) in various colors)

    I apologize. Names like olddos2er aren't indicative of much towards gender. I was trying to express polite gratitude. I still am. Thanks.

    I do not want to change colors. I want to know whether...
  21. [SOLVED] Re: Terminal Listings (lines) in various colors)

    Mr. oldos2er and Mr. vasa1:

    Thank you for your responses. I am trying to understand what the colors mean, not change them. Please accept my apology if I have posted so poorly that I have confused...
  22. [SOLVED] Terminal Listings (lines) in various colors)

    While running

    ecryptfs-mount-private

    the terminal returned a lot of output as the files reflect about 150 gig.

    The terminal output shows some lines of the output in differing colors. (And I...
  23. Forum logs me out mid-session

    I've typed up a request for help at the Installation sub-forum. I am mid post, I tried adding screenshots. The applet gets is good until I click Done. I am logged in at this time. Clicking Done...
  24. [ubuntu] Private Key unlock or decrypt

    How do I unlock a drive attached as an external device?

    I backed up my /home of about 150 gigabytes to an external storage device. I want to unlock the device so I can use the contents. My OS of...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: GParted copied partition cannot be "restored".

    The command I ran in an above post shows I have:

    BIOS

    That, at least to me, holds true, as the motherboard configuration was set to Legacy (to mean not UEFI). All work since that time is done...
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