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




I have examine initramfs image and found that it is not tries to mount encrypted partitions other than root. Moreover, it is confirmed by dmesg output: systemd starts before mounting of /var and /home So it is not initrd problem. Problem somethere in system.

Best regards,
Sergey Belyashov

вт, 28 мая 2019 г. в 23:14, deloptes <deloptes@xxxxxxxxx>:
Sergey Belyashov wrote:

> As expected nothing is changed. I did not forget to run update-initramfs
> after change of fstab.
> Attached 3 photos: normal boot, recovery boot before pasword enter,
> recovery boot after password and Ctrl-D in recovery shell.

I am not a systemd expert. The images does not speak to me. You could try as
suggested adding init=/bin/sh and see what is in the initrd and what works
and does not work.

You could extract the initrd to investigate what is in there - or to
remaster and test updated version.

https://wiki.debian.org/initramfs

In my case following works (microcode size here is 4712) as I do not have
unmakeinitramfs.

dd if=/boot/initrd.img-4.19.25eko4 bs=512 skip=4712 | zcat - |cpio -i

Finally you can try installing sysvinit-core & Co and see if it makes a
difference or someone else can help you better

regards