Comment 10 for bug 579876

Brian Murray (brian-murray) wrote :

I then did the following:

sudo -i
passwd ubuntu

and changed the password for the user ubuntu to a different one. When ubuntu logged in again their home directory was not mounted.

The user could work around this by manually mounting their home directory with ecryptfs-mount-private and change their ecryptfs passphrase to their new password using ecryptfs-wrap-passphrase.