[Assist] Can't boot, no luks map

Nathan Edson nathan at relapsus.com
Mon Jul 3 21:55:17 BST 2017

On 07/03/17 - 02:43pm, Isaac David wrote:
> Nathan Edson :
> > I am also able to boot by editing my grub entry. Specifically by
> > removing:
> > 
> > cryptkey=rootfs:/etc/mykeyfile
> > 
> > I am still trying to determine what changed during the last update.
> mkinitcpio-busybox according to this report:
> https://lists.parabola.nu/pipermail/dev/2017-June/005649.html
> i was expecting to be forced to downgrade like everyone else
> after installing the new mkinitcpio-busybox yesterday, and to
> my surprise it didn't break the encrypt hook.
> now i realize there's no cryptkey parameter in my kernel
> line, as i always used default keyfile name: /crypto_keyfile.bin

Does the encrypt hook automagically trigger looking for
crypto_keyfile.bin? If so, that will be a simple fix.

Many thanks for helping me identify the troublesome package. The power
of community is truly amazing.

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