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Re: Debian boot and LUKS

thanks for your reply.
I tried plymouth with various themes following the instructions on
debian.org but it doesnt work.
I get i prompt for the password on text mode.

On 12/04/2017 07:54 PM, Menelaos Maglis wrote:
> G <gpdsb@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> Hello!
>> I recently installed debian on my laptop and I encrypted my hard drive
>> with a password.
>> I noticed that in some distros like Mint, Fedora etc when you boot you
>> have a graphical interface where you put your LUKS password and then you
>> jump to the Desktop without showing the various processes that start.
>> On the other hand on debian i put my password and i see the various
>> processes starting up until i reach my desktop.
>> I would like to know which packages i should install or configure in
>> order to have a similar result. (Show a more pleasant interface when i
>> enter the LUKS password and hide the processes while starting)
>> Thanks in advance for your help!
> The packages you need are plymouth and plymouth-themes.
> Follow instructions on this wiki page:
> https://wiki.debian.org/plymouth
> Regards,
> Menelaos