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bug#19190: Cannot boot with encrypted root

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: bug#19190: Cannot boot with encrypted root
Date: Sat, 13 Dec 2014 23:01:16 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.4 (gnu/linux)

address@hidden (Ludovic Courtès) skribis:

> Duncan Keall <address@hidden> skribis:
>> Here are the configurations I have tested which all result in the errors
>> posted above:
>>   ("dm-crypt.ko" "aes-x86_64.ko" "crc32.ko" "pcbc.ko" "xcbc.ko" 
>> "sha256-ssse3.ko")
>>   ("dm-crypt.ko" "cryptd.ko" "aes-x86_64.ko" "crc32.ko" "pcbc.ko" "xcbc.ko" 
>> "sha256-ssse3.ko")
>>   ("dm-crypt.ko" "cryptd.ko" "crc32-pclmul.ko" "aes-x86_64.ko" "crc32.ko" 
>> "pcbc.ko" "xcbc.ko" "sha256-ssse3.ko")
>> I could also add "aesni-intel.ko" but it resulted in a different set of
>> kernel errors on boot:
>>   aesni_intel: Unknown symbol ablk_decrypt (err 0)
>>   aesni_intel: Unknown symbol lrw_free_table (err 0)
>>   aesni_intel: Unknown symbol ablk_set_key (err 0)
>>   ...
>>   ERROR: In procedure load-linux-module: Unknown error -1
> Presumably that’s because one of its prerequisites hasn’t been loaded
> yet.
> The difficulty is that modules need to be listed in topological order:

This particular problem was fixed in 0e704a2 a couple of weeks ago.

For testing, you would need to start from an image generated from
current master with:

  ./pre-inst-env \
    guix system disk-image --image-size=800MiB gnu/system/install.scm

Let me know if anything else is needed.


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