Bug#686955: grub-probe: error: no such disk.
No my boot is on /dev/sda1 and is a plain ext2 partition, only the
rootfs is on the encrypted lvm. Should I open a new bug then?
Sorry for double post forgot to copy bugs.debian.org
On Sun, May 5, 2013 at 7:12 AM, Steven Chamberlain <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi chris,
> I don't think the cause your issue is exactly the same as this bug.
> On 04/05/13 18:45, chris wrote:
>> During install grub fails and if i switch to 4th console I seen an
>> error asking to run:
>> grub-probe --device-map=/boot/grub/device.map --target=fs -v /boot/grub
> Unfortunately I think you have put your /boot partition within the
> encrypted LVM. But at boot time, GRUB2 would need to load the kernel
> image from there, among other things.
> It would be nice if d-i/partman could warn about this.
>> Is there way some I can manually put the right info into device.map so
>> grub can install?
> Sorry, even if you could, GRUB2 isn't able to open encrypted LVM
> partitions by itself. (At least not yet, with the version in wheezy).
> Steven Chamberlain