Bug#290952: Should be run before cryptdisks
Finally, I could find a clean solution without changing the /etc/rcS.d/
scripts sequence. Here what have I done.
First at all, I can definitively say my keyboard is connected to the USB
bus. Therefore, not only the usb-hid driver is needed but also the USB
chipset drivers, otherwise the passphrase can not be entered.
One possible solution could be to use initrd in order to load the
required modules before the root filesystem is mounted. I have not tried
this solution, but it should work.
An other solution is to build directly in the kernel (not as module) the
required drivers. This is the solution I have tried and it seems to work
I have built in the following drivers:
Whit this solution, I can digit the passphrase
when /etc/rcS.d/S26cryptdisks is called.