manually mount luks encrypted hard drive not in fstab? (mint 17.1)
I recently installed a new hdd in my laptop and installed mint 17.1. My old disk is still installed and it has mint 16 encrypted at installation with luks. i was in the process of transferring my personal data to an external drive when my three year old son copy/pasted a folder to my desktop, and it happened to be larger than the available space on the disk. now my old mint 16 disk will freeze at login and when i open up the disk in my new installation it disappears after entering the passphrase. i attempted to mount the disk manually but the disk is not in fstab although it does show up in fdisk. i have read something about manually editing fstab to mount it, but i figured before i went on editing system files i would seek some advice.