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Old 5th June 2012, 04:36 PM
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Fedora 16 + grub2 = LUKS Issues

Hi Folks,

I'm currently running Fedora 16 (3.3.7-1.fc16.x86_64) which was upgraded from and earlier version of Fedora (meaning that I was running grub rather than grub2 as my bootloader). In my infinite wisdom I decided to install grub2 to my bootloader which seemed to work fine.

However, since doing this I now need to input my LUKS password 5 times during the boot sequence to enable me to continue. I'm presuming that a global passphrase flag has become reset somewhere and it is mounting all of my partitions and lv's one at a time.

Has anyone had any experience of this? I've not had much luck searching for a solution

As always, any help is much appreciated..

Cheers

Kev
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