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Hello, I have a crypted /home (/dev/mapper/lvm-home) inside lvm, and a keyfile on /boot (/dev/sda1): /boot/keyfile Why: On normal days, it boot automatically, but on vacations/trips I delet the /boot/keyfile and people can't access. On ArchLinux it worked with: [ /etc/default/grub ] GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="cryptdevice=/dev/mapper/lvm-home:home cryptkey=/dev/sda1:ext4:/.boot root=/dev/mapper/lvm-funtoo dolvm rootfstype=ext4" and before: grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg On Funtoo I tried the same and: [ /etc/crypttab ] home UUID=44ae1749-28d
Hello, everyone! I have an issue that I haven't been able to resolve yet. Funtoo is running on my system, but I would like to modify the parameters at boot so the boot screen was running in 1920x1080 mode. I believe it is in 1024x768 mode currently, as shown by the "videoinfo" command that I run at the Grub command-line stage. I've modified the /etc/boot file to have a "params += GRUB_GFXMODE=1920x1080-24,auto GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX=keep" (along with the root info, of course), but this does not seem to work after I 'ego boot update'. I also modified the file at '/etc/default/grub' to refle
Hello, I have an encrypted LUKS root filesystem on one harddisk that I "open" with a passphrase at startup. The initrd.script of genkernel package provide the methods for decrypting. But if I understand the script(s) correct this will work only for encrypted root and swap devices. Normally I have my home directory on an additional raid10 setup which should be encrypted too. There is a comment at the top of the script which says that I need cryptsetup-luks for decrypting additional encrypted devices but this package does not exist anymore. Does someone is using a similar setup? Where would