pam.d has changed around. Needs to update to address the new file layout. Have not been able to find documentation on the new layout and where lines should be placed. --Zkai (talk) 13:47, 5 July 2012 (UTC)
I've added a warning about potential bugs in ecryptfs. While I have been affected by the bug presented at Launchpad this only happened in Kubuntu and I haven't tried to use ecryptfs ever since. --Roentgen 09:50, 27 March 2011 (EDT)
PAM Mount [New Method]
I tried severel times to implement the pam-mount section and spent hours of testing it. The PAM-Mount described here is not working anymore - I think there is some mistake anywhere in the "PAM_Mount"-Section (I think it is also not complete) or changes in pam_mount. So I searched and found another solution in the forum which is much more easier to set up and works well.
Anrxc dislikes this method - I don't know why but I hope you could add that to the wiki.
I hope you could also try this method - maybe I do something wrong, but I don't think. The error I get is "Error attempting to add filename encryption key to user session keyring; rc = " - even with filename encryption off.
This does not affect Anrxc's solution!
- Evilandi666 03:40, 28 March 2011 (UTC+2)
Today I found out that we do not need pam_mount for ecryptfs home mounting at login by trying in a vm. I thought about it because ecryptfs-utils is now in community and does not depend on pam_mount (which is still in AUR), even in Ubuntu ecryptfs-utils has no dependency on pam_mount. So I removed the installation of pam_mount from the wiki article "PAM Mount [New Method]". I always thought it uses pam_mount becuase of Anrxc's tutorial, but never thought about if the "normal" ecryptfs needs it. Would be nice if someone else could try it: pacman -Rs pam_mount and see if you still can login and got your encrypted $home opened. Thx and sry. for the not necessary package...
--Evilandi666 18:19, 20 December 2011 (EST)
re: new pam.d
Place it in /etc/pam.d/system-auth and old rules still apply. eCryptfs below pam_unix in auth context, and eCryptfs above pam_unix in password context. My article for full $HOME encryption was updated.
This is a Typo (missing t), isn't?