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To avoid command line, you can open Applications > Disks. Select the partition you want to hide, click on the gear icon ("additional partition option") > Edit Mount Options and unchecked "Show in user interface". Reboot, the partition is now hidden. Tested on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
you can change your /etc/default/grub settings to include modeset. GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash nomodeset" then update grub sudo update-grub https://wiki.debian.org/KernelModesetting http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1631395
After editing /etc/crypttab, run sudo dpkg-reconfigure lvm2 in a terminal.
Try to stop LVM group prior to stop cypher: lvchange -a n [LVM_Group_name] then cryptsetup -v luksClose [LUKS_name] Sample: lvchange -a n My_vg_crypt cryptsetup -v luksClose My_Crypt
When I boot the newest version of Lubuntu I get the blue screen where it would normally ask for the decryption password. If this is what you are experiencing, just type the password and hit enter. The system will boot normally. I am still looking for a fix to not displaying the password box.
Thanks for the reply. It wasn't long at all before I had aborted the installation. It should have never proceeded to do anything before I continued to the next step. For one thing, the Ubiquity developers should have realised that many people only upgrade from LTS to LTS so might not know about the new changes in encryption. In previous releases, I was ...
How much time did the failed/aborted installer spend writing to the drive? It would take a long time to overwrite all 600GB, and I'm not sure but just setting up LUKS it may not attempt (the recommended secure practice) to overwrite with zeros before creating a filesystem - and it didn't successfully create a filesystem from the "no recognizable filesystem" ...
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