[Pkg-cryptsetup-devel] Bug#465763: cryptsetup: can't boot from USB device
dexter at debian.org
Thu Feb 14 16:37:44 UTC 2008
The system can't boot from USB device if it is encrypted volume. The
reason is that initramfs cryptroot-script don't wait for USB and tries
immediately to open the nonexistent device.
The attached patch tries to resolve this problem in the same way like
main initramfs' script: it just gives a little more time for
This bug is important for anybody who want to boot up from USB device.
.''`. Piotr Roszatycki
: :' : mailto:Piotr.Roszatycki at gmail.com
`. `' mailto:dexter at debian.org
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