.bashrc not run when SSH-ing in as a user who has home dir encryption

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http://askubuntu.com – If I SSH into an Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS server as a user with home dir encryption, I get a really plain shell (no default .bashrc run). If I log in via console (of course causing the home directory to be decrypted) and then SSH in while logged into the console, the .bashrc script will have been run and the SSH experience will be normal... I've solved the problem of authorized_keys being encrypted during login attempts, but how do I now solve this problem? (HowTos)