Description of problem:
After installing Fedora Workstation 25 to /dev/mmcblk0 on my Dell Latitude 7275 and rebooting the system will not boot. Just dumps to Dracut. I could not get it to boot. Same issue as listed here.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Tried 3-4 times reinstalling.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot of USB installer.
2. Select /dev/mmcblk0 as destination.
3. Reclaim space.
4. Encrypt Data.
5. Finish install
Warning: /dev/fedora/root does not exist
Warning: /dev/fedora/swap does not exist
Warning: /dev/mapper/fedora-root does not exist
Warning: crypto LUKS UUID None not found
Prompt for LUKS passphrase.
Installing with Fedora Workstation 24 worked fine. Have not finished trying to upgrade to 25 yet.
Not sure if it is appropriate to comment here, but I have the same issue. Here are my differences:
Acer Cloudbook A01-132 series model #N16Q9
Completely nuked all partitions from the eMMC drive.
Let the install partition the drive for me to reclaim all space.
Not mentioned but may be important:
UEFI = On
Secure Boot = On
If I install unencrypted it works fine.
I have not tried the F24 then upgrade to F25 option yet but may give that a go.
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