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Grub with encrypted system Re: Wrong system time

From: Kete Foy
Subject: Grub with encrypted system Re: Wrong system time
Date: Sun, 5 Jun 2016 21:11:35 +0000

marusich helped me in IRC by mentioning the date app (and hwclock).
I'm going to try and get Grub installed into my fully encrypted disk
although I haven't taken a good look at the bug which might be too
advanced: I'm also
studying these pages:

Kete Foy:
> Hello, I am trying to install GuixSD, and my system time is much older
> than the present; so the system won't install. It tells me to check the
> system clock.
> Unusual distinction—I chose to encrypt the system. Libreboot is supposed
> to be able to boot an encrypted system. If it makes a difference, my
> config.scm has (bootloader (grub-configuration (device
> "/dev/mapper/cryptsys"))). In the Guix manual, I noticed a section about
> encrypted systems that looked like it was meant for after the
> installation, and Libreboot has its own instructions for the initial
> boot and setting up subsequent boots: decrypting to find the kernel in
> /boot.

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