@jartigag Argh! Now I'm afraid 😱
@ondiz i wasn't. that was the problem 😂 but maybe you should.. 👻
anyway, that's because of the encryption, and i'll probably have to remake the partition table or something like that.. no idea, but sure it has a solution.
if you don't mess with encrypted disks, i don't think you'll have any trouble
@jartigag I don't, I'm simple 😂
For me the problem is that I always forget how I configured my OS the last time, that's why I have a blog.
@ondiz i solved it like this (until linux +4.9 comes on debian 9 "stretch" main sources):
sudo apt remove linux-image-4.19.0
sudo apt remove linux-image-18.104.22.168
so now it boots on 4.9.0-4 and asks for my password to "unlock disk sda3_crypt" without any trouble 😇
@ondiz i don't remember why i added "unstable debian" to `apt/sources.list`, but it definitively was a bad idea 😂
@jartigag It's called unstable for a reason 😂
I'm glad you solved it! (and shared!)
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