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Thread: Cannot boot "full" encrypted BT5

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    Default Cannot boot "full" encrypted BT5

    I followed the guide on:
    to install BT5 on an encrypted / on my system (not on a usb-drive) consisting of another linux installation.

    However when booting BT5 I never get the chance to enter the password. If I boot with the dvd and run cryptsetup I'm able to unlock and mount the encrypted partition but not when booting my installed BT5.

    I guess I have done something wrong when configuring this but can't find the error. Can anyone see what's wrong?

    Edit: Well... all I needed to do was to press F8 and log in. It was in the guide. RTFM on me.
    Last edited by hackox; 05-18-2011 at 09:56 PM. Reason: Fixed

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