Am 30.08.2018 um 23:27 schrieb Bjoern Voigt:
Since the updates from beginning of this week I have
to use the English
keyboard layout to type in my encryption password for the whole disk
encryption (openSUSE standard: encryption with LUKS and LVM, openSUSE
15.0). The password prompt is now in English regardless if I use the
graphical Plymouth prompt or the console prompt. It was in German before
The password input for GDM display manager later is in German.
Does anyone else saw this behavior?
Where can I reset the keyboard setting for the initial encryption
This is because 15.0 also encrypts /boot which means GRUB can't load the
keyboard mapping since it's still encrypted.
I could fix this because I enabled LVM and left some disk space free.
That allowed me to allocate 500 MB, create a new /boot, copy all files
there, reinstall GRUB ... and it worked. Not recommended unless you know
what you're doing.
Simple fix: Reinstall. During hard disk partitioning, do it manually and
make sure the system creates an unencrypted /boot outside of the LUKS
container. That fixes the issue.
See also: https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1101664
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