During installation, whenever I put
/boot inside an LVM on top of LUKS along with swap,
/home, afterwards when I try to boot into it, it only gives me the minimal bash-like
grub terminal. This doesn't happen when
/boot is left outside unencrypted.
I'm opting for FDE so I want
/boot to be inside the LVM on LUKS. So what gives? I reckon Debian Installer uses LUKS 2 or otherwise it messes up the install in some other way that's beyond the scope of my knowledge. I tried to find similar threads but no luck.