Re: configure /etc/pam.d/crond to use pam_mount

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I've just tried now and I manage to list the files even from the cron job. I've tested to take a backup with backintime and that also works fine. Also another problem that I've described here is gone. I'm wondering what fixed the issue.

I'm sorry to made you lose time. I've spent many months trying to figure out a solution to this annoying problem and now it's just gone by itself.

As a reference an extended discussion is present here:
where I've also posted the results of ls /media/dataHD at the time, and where the result from the cronjob was:

total 0


On Sun, Oct 9, 2016 at 4:29 PM Matus UHLAR - fantomas <uhlar@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 09.10.16 08:02, Simone Gaiarin wrote:

>Short version: Cron jobs cannot access the content of the encrypted disk

>even when I'm logged in. I can access the content of the disk from bash or

>graphical file explorer.


>Longer version:

>I've first seen problem because I'm using backintime to perform automatic

>backup of my disk. When I run the backup manually everything is fine, while

>when the backup is performed automatically with cron the resulting backup

>is always empty.


>Adding the follwing command to crontab (using crontab -e), in order to list

>the content of the drive (/media/dataHD), show me that the ls of the drive

>doesn't produce any result.


>*/1 * * * * ls -la /media /media/dataHD /media/dataHD/work > /tmp/filelist

could you show us the results when run from cron and manually?


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