It's called ungeli and I'm going to try letting it live on github instead of a personal git repo. So far it's a toy in that I've only tested it on a toy volume, the performance is not tuned, but it does seem to work and due to is smallness (<600SLOC at present) it may be a useful second reference if you too wish to understand geli.
Update: I added nbd support and squashed some bugs. Now I've succeeded in retrieving files from a geli-encrypted zfs volume on Linux using zfs-on-linux:
# ./ungeli -j geli-passfile npool.img /dev/nbd0 & # zpool import -d /dev -o readonly=on npool # (imports /dev/nbd0) # cat /npool/example/GPL-3 GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3, 29 June 2007 Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc. <http://fsf.org/> ...
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