Still broken in disco.

** Tags added: disco

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  ecryptfs-mount-private fails to initialize ecryptfs keys

Status in ecryptfs-utils package in Ubuntu:
Status in systemd package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  ecryptfs-mount-private fails to mount the ecryptfs after the 1st
  reboot after creating the ecryptfs by ecryptfs-setup-private.

  After the unsucessful attempt dmesg contains:

  [ 1265.695388] Could not find key with description: [<correct key ID>]
  [ 1265.695393] process_request_key_err: No key
  [ 1265.695394] Could not find valid key in user session keyring for sig 
specified in mount option: [<correct key ID>]
  [ 1265.695395] One or more global auth toks could not properly register; rc = 
  [ 1265.695396] Error parsing options; rc = [-2]

  Note: The correct key ID has been replaced in the "<correct key ID>".

  I also accidentally found an workaround - just running ecrytpfs-
  manager and then the ecryptfs-mount-private (it does not ask for
  password for the second time and mounts the ecryptfs correctly):

  host:~$ ecryptfs-manager

  eCryptfs key management menu
        1. Add passphrase key to keyring
        2. Add public key to keyring
        3. Generate new public/private keypair
        4. Exit

  Make selection: 4
  host:~$ ls Private/
  Access-Your-Private-Data.desktop  README.txt
  host:~$ ecryptfs-mount-private 
  host:~$ ls Private/
  <ecryptfs content is present>

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