Re: After upgrade to squeeze OS will not accept passphrase to unlock disk
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- Subject: Re: After upgrade to squeeze OS will not accept passphrase to unlock disk
- From: Ken Heard <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2011 11:10:36 -0400
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Ken Heard wrote, in part:
> Thank you both for these suggestions. Before doing a new installation I
> shall try them and report back with the results.
Just in case anyone is still interested in the problems I encountered
when trying to install Squeeze in a clean box, because there was so much
wrong with the initial installation I decided to do a complete new one
- -- especially since I decided to install new higher capacity hard drives
For me the easiest way was to install Lenny first, and then the Trinity
fork of KDE, which Trinity numbers 3.5.12 in Lenny, 3.5.13 in Squeeze.
The next step is to upgrade to Squeeze, which I expect to complete
sometime this month.
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