After upgrade, the computer is unable to start for it doesn’t recognizes the luks device. Nor with the updated 6.5.5 kernel (same I was using) nor the 6.4-rt nor the 6.1 LTS.
Can’t give much more data right now, for I have to go to work, and for I can’t boot the system anymore… I had no time to try a failsafe boot, but I don’t really expect improvements…
And this is an extremely important failure, obviously. If I’m not the only one, the upgrade should be cancelled for safety reasons.
The only message (and hint) I get (same for every kernel installed) is:
ERROR: device ‘/dev/mapper/luks-95fc649b-53b3-blablabla’ not found. Skipping fsck.
mount: /new_root: no valid filesystem type specified
ERROR: failed to mount ‘/dev/mapper/luks-95blablabla’ on real root
You are now being dropped into an emergency shell.
sh: can’t access tty: job control turned off.
[rootfs ~]# _
I really need help…
Edit 2: There’s what I think can be a true hint for solution in post #12. Please, take a look there if you think you can help. Thanks in advance!
Edit 1: To make thing a bit more clear, so that is a very urgent problem…
I can go through the fist crypto question, just after boot. Says slot 0 open, so that works
Then Grub start and complains of not knowing about luks, and i arrive to an emergency shell.
Can’t do much from there, for there is no cryptsetup available in that shell . No way to mount the disk, so, nothing to do.
I can access from a live USB, and I can decrypt disk, that’s not the problem. But I rebuild both grub and initramfs, and everything stays the same. For each of the three kernels installed.
So, I would really help, for I read a lot of threads, but seems different.
If not, just reinstall from 0 system… that would be terrible, but at least I can access my disk from live usb…