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Thread: Cannot mount cryptswap using systemd

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    Cannot mount cryptswap using systemd

    I find myself asked for the password to unlock cryptswap, which of course doesn't exist, whenever I try to use the new systemd boot method. When using Upstart, this doesn't happen. Anyone else encounter this?

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    Re: Cannot mount cryptswap using systemd

    Huh, looks like it was just fixed. I'll update and reboot, thanks!

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    Re: Cannot mount cryptswap using systemd

    It works / should be fixed in Wily. I just tested it in Lubuntu according to this testcase for Lubuntu alternate. Encrypted home and cryptswap should work in all Ubuntu flavours (it is independent of the differences between Lubuntu and the other Ubuntu flavours).
    Last edited by sudodus; July 29th, 2015 at 08:54 AM.

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