I am running a Fedora Core 13 with dm-crypt + luks, all standard with fedora distos.
After upgrading libgcrypt.so, cryptsetup moans at boot up that it can not find the library where it expects it to be (
So I booted with a live cd, decrypted the root partition of that drive, and mounted my old hard drive, then I chroot'ed in there.
I ran cryptsetup and as expected it bombed out with the same error as when booting up... I fixed the symlinks, and tested cryptsetup. It worked.
When I rebooted the same error was there again... I thought that somehow my changes was not being saved. So I booted back into the live OS, mounted the hdd & chroot'ed again, and to my amazement I found my symlink where I left it and cryptsetup working.
Can someone tell me why this is happening? Why is cryptsetup still looking for the file in /lib and not finding it when its obviously there?!
P.S. I have also tried making duplicates of the libgcrypt library files in /lib as well as tried recompling cryptsetup from source, it all works 100% untill I reboot and then that error again!
I am thinkin' of just rebuilding that box, but I thought I'd ask you guys first? Anyone come across a similar issue?