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BitLocker is some Microsoft proprietary, TrueCrypt-based solution. So, generally speaking, only MS can provide the tool to unlock the disk.

But apparently you can use Dislocker.

https://grimhacker.com/2016/01/22/using-bitlocker-to-go-on-fedora-23-dislocker/

https://github.com/Aorimn/dislocker

I’d be very careful doing that kind of stuff, and make sure you have a backup of your data. Btw, also update your Fedora. F22 is not supported anymore and thus lacks security.

BitLocker is some Microsoft proprietary, TrueCrypt-based solution. So, generally speaking, only MS can provide the tool to unlock the disk.

But apparently you can use Dislocker. Dislocker, it's in Fedora's official package repositories.

https://grimhacker.com/2016/01/22/using-bitlocker-to-go-on-fedora-23-dislocker/

https://github.com/Aorimn/dislocker

I’d be very careful doing that kind of stuff, and make sure you have a backup of your data. Btw, also update your Fedora. F22 is not supported anymore and thus lacks security. security.