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GRUB cannot find encrypted boot partition

# encrypt boot partition root@archiso ~ # cryptsetup luksFormat /dev/sda2 change to: # encrypt boot partition root@archiso ~ # cryptsetup --type luks1 luksFormat /dev/sda2 grub2 does't support fully ...
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Determine what program is in my MBR code

The ms-sys utility can not only identify many variants of MBR and PBR boot codes, but also write them if needed. Usage: ms-sys [options] [device] Options: -1, --fat12 Write a FAT12 ...
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Determine what program is in my MBR code

Another way to find out the MBR-technology is the bootinfoscript that was originally published on Source Forge. As it seems bytes 0x80 and 0x81 can be used to identify the MBR-Code: case ${...
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Grub install with encrypted Boot partition

grub-install is expecting to find /boot, but cannot, because according to your lsblk, it's at /mnt/boot... so you aren't chrooted into the new installation at this time. But I agree with Sheldon: ...
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Grub install with encrypted Boot partition

I'm pretty sure that the ESP must be a simple (FAT-formatted) partition, not wrapped by LVM. While you can encrypt your boot partition, an encrypted ESP inside LVM is not gonna fly. i am trying to do ...
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grub not working with lvm

as @psusi pointed out, the issue was that my lvm binaries were corrupt. I ran apt-cache depends lvm2 | grep Depends | awk '{print $2}' | xargs apt install --reinstall -y apt install --reinstall -y ...
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Can't load self-signed kernel with Secure Boot on: "bad shim signature"

MOK.pem is generated on Ubuntu/Debian systems with extended usage attributes set to support kernel module signing only. That certificate is not usable to sign UEFI bootloaders or kernels as needed to ...
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