Originally Posted by JEO
Does the same thing happen if you disable plymouth (remove the keyword rhgb from the kernel command line)?
Hi JEO, I tried you suggestion, but unfortunately didn't work. I deleted rhgb and booted into luks prompt without Plymouth, but got no response
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As a follow-up, I took my wife's usb keyboard and plugged it to my machine. I was able to enter the luks passphrase without problems while booting latest kernel 3.2.7-1 with this keyboard (while keeping my new wireless also connected). Once boot started, I removed my wife's keyboard and, after reaching the desktop, my new keyboard was fully operational.