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Re: Debian Stretch, no password prompt for luks-encrypted home partition during boot

Sergey Belyashov wrote:

> My problem is about than year old or more. With default options (without
> plymouth) only information about root partition mount or fsck. Later it
> replaced by partition waiting "progress" (moving red asterisks). I have
> try to wait about a minute and try to enter luks password, but no any
> changes. I think, problem is in complex setup luks on mdraid.

Is the root partition on mdraid and encrypted?

What happens when you set modules to most
in /etc/initramfs-tools/initramfs.conf?