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Woohoo, I solved it :) The short answer is you can't mount >4k block size devices on x86 linux machines as far as I can tell without some serious kernel hacking. However, there is a work around.. using fuse-ext2 to mount the disk: fuseext2 -o ro -o sync_read /dev/sdb4 /mnt/ (you'll probably need to apt-get fuseext2 first..) works perfectly first time! ...
You are using BusyBox' umount, presumably that one doesn't understand encfs specific flags (and its mount might also do things wrong). Does the encfs package include mount/unmount programs? Better use those. Perhaps you need to build a BusyBox with encfs support?
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