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Re: [opensuse] Bootup of Luks partitions not waiting long for Password
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On 1/24/2016 3:36 PM, Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2016-01-25 00:24, John Andersen wrote:

Carlos: Do you suppose I have to rebuild the initrd after
changing these settings in crypptab? Is it perhaps included
there in, such that none of my changes take effect?

Depends... I would definitely rebuild it to be sure.

It depends on what point the mount happens. If early on boot,
before "/" is mounted, then it is obviously reading from the
initrd. If it happens afterwards, then no.


And if so remeind me how I do that.

As simple as running "mkinitrd" as root :-)


Did this.

No help. It still stops waiting for a password 5 to 6 seconds.

Mounting the same partitions manually with something like:
systemctl start systemd-cryptsetup@cr_home.service
it will wait for the duration specified in crypptab.

The last tests I will do on this, tomorrow, is to remove "nofail"
on these partitions in the fstab.

But realistically, I don't want it to fail, I just want it to wait
a few seconds longer.
I have a dummy /home on the root directory tree, with some dummy
data in there in case someone steals my laptop, it will boot and look
normal-(ish) with no confidential data.


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