This is really stressing me out that I have no information at all about the GnuPG stuff.
root@box:~# export PASSPHRASE="$(cat /home/user-data/backup/secret_key.txt)" root@box:~# duplicity restore --force file:///root/encrypted /home/user-data/ Synchronizing remote metadata to local cache... Copying duplicity-full-signatures.20200412T070002Z.sigtar.gpg to local cache. GPGError: GPG Failed, see log below: ===== Begin GnuPG log ===== gpg: AES256 encrypted data gpg: encrypted with 1 passphrase gpg: decryption failed: Bad session key ===== End GnuPG log =====
The other issue I was running into trying to practice the restore on the 14.04 install was
root@box:~|⇒ export PASSPHRASE="$(cat /home/user-data/backup/secret_key.txt)" root@box:~|⇒ duplicity restore --force file:///root/encrypted /home/user-data/ Local and Remote metadata are synchronized, no sync needed. Last full backup date: Sun Apr 12 03:00:02 2020 Error '[Errno 17] File exists' processing ssl/ssl_certificate.pem
Any ideas what I’m doing wrong so I can potentially proceed in the upgrade?