Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 443131
encryption support failing
Last modified: 2013-03-13 01:43:28 EDT
Description of problem:
Encryption support has been failing on my system on beta as well as the recent
preview release. I don't see any initrd files under /boot in the system. I am
booting from a bootable USB created from the desktop live image. I haven't tried
Can you provide the install.log and anaconda.log from the install?
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
More information and reason for this action is here:
I am experiencing the same problem with the RELEASE version of Fedora-9-Live-686.
I used the Live spin and installed to a 4 GB thumb drive. Manually created
"/boot" and "/" partitions with "/" set as encrypted. (Also tried it with and
without a small "swap" partition.)
The installation appears to install fine. I can mount the encrypted partitions
on a Fedora-8 system by supplying the encryption password at the prompt upon
plugging in the thumb drive.
Booting from this thumb drive starts normally, then prompts for the encryption
password. After typing the password and hitting enter, it insists that no
matching key was found and freezes.
Can someone who is having this problem please upload install.log and
anaconda.log from install?
Got it working!
I haven't worked out exactly what went wrong, but it was definitely the boot
I made the thumb drive the only available installation drive by removing access
to the hard drive. The thumb drive was seen by the Live installer as SDA and
It's possible that I simply messed up the boot selector step, but I didn't think
Still in need of anaconda.log and install.log from anybody having this problem.