Provided by: ecryptfs-utils_104-0ubuntu1_amd64
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 --help 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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