ecryptfs-verify - validate an eCryptfs encrypted home or encrypted private configuration
ecryptfs-verify [-h|--home] [-p|--private] [-e|--filenames-encrypted] [-n|--filenames-not-encrypted] [-u|--user USER] [--help]
- -h, --home
- True if HOME is correctly configured for encryption, False otherwise
- -p, --private
- True if a non-HOME directory is correctly configured for encryption, False otherwise
- -e, --filenames-encrypted
- True if filenames are set for encryption, False otherwise
- -n, --filenames-not-encrypted
- True if filenames are not encrypted, False otherwise
- -u, --user USER
- By default, the current user's configuration is checked, override with this option
- This usage information
Note that options are additive. ALL checks must pass in order for this program to exit 0. Any failing check will cause this program to exit non-zero.
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