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Record your encryption passphrase
Translated by liz on 2013-01-29
Reviewed by Aron Xu on 2013-09-17
Located in ../src/desktop/ecryptfs-record-passphrase:1
To encrypt your home directory or "Private" folder, a strong passphrase has been automatically generated. Usually your directory is unlocked with your user password, but if you ever need to manually recover this directory, you will need this passphrase. Please print or write it down and store it in a safe location. If you click "Run this action now", enter your login password at the "Passphrase" prompt and you can display your randomly generated passphrase. Otherwise, you will need to run "ecryptfs-unwrap-passphrase" from the command line to retrieve and record your generated passphrase.
Translated by Carlos Gong on 2014-03-26
Located in ../src/desktop/ecryptfs-record-passphrase:8
Access Your Private Data
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Suggested by 雾雨(uil) on 2010-02-21
Located in ../src/desktop/
Setup Your Encrypted Private Directory
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Suggested by Aron Xu on 2010-02-21
Located in ../src/desktop/
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Contributors to this translation: Aron Xu, Carlos Gong, Hanks.Wang, JasonXin, Z.X.Lyn, leir, liz, 雾雨(uil).