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Thread: OpenSUSE encrypted LUKFS cannot boot after update

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    Angry OpenSUSE encrypted LUKFS cannot boot after update

    After the latest OpenSUSE Tumbleweed update my System is hosed after boot the usual prompt to decrypt the OS is gone and the cursor keeps blinking.
    Anyone facing the same issue or am I the only one who encrypt my System?

    Edit: Looks like it is the Plymouth issue
    At Grub Add plymouth.enable=0
    Saved!

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    Default Re: OpenSUSE encrypted LUKFS cannot boot after update

    There apparently are some problems with plymouth currently.
    Try adding "nosplash" to the boot options, or disable it completely with "plymouth.enable=0".

    See also http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-f.../msg00509.html

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    Default Re: OpenSUSE encrypted LUKFS cannot boot after update

    I too get something like this (with LVM encryption). The computer has for some reason started showing session 1 when it boots, so I need to press ctrl+alt+f7 to see the password prompt, which gives the appearance of it failing to boot.

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