I am an experienced Linux user, using Gentoo in all my systems, but I’m considering installing Tumbleweed in my laptop (to be honest, I got a bit tired of all the compilation and Tumbleweed seems to be my rolling distro of choice). This is a i5 laptop, with 16GB RAM, using the CPU’s GPU for graphics. My /home partition is LUKS encrypted and during boot, the system asks for the password to decrypt it and mount it normally (it’s ext4 formatted). I use systemd as a init system.
The question is: I want to keep my /home as is and install Tumbleweed. Would I be able to setup the /home partition at installation (meaning will I be able to insert the password during boot)? Is there some special configuration or installation step to keep the existing /home usable?