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There is a misconfiguration in Ubuntu that results in the aesni_intel module not being loaded early enough to handle crypto for boot-unlocked devices. I was able to fix this on my machines by doing: sudo vim /etc/initramfs-tools/modules Below the last line, add # enable h/w accelerated encryption cryptd aes_x86_64 aesni_intel Then run sudo ...
Luks works at the block level so theoretically you can put any filesystems you want inside it including NTFS. But you wouldn't be able to boot directly into Windows and access it, except I guess if Windows was running on a virtual machine inside your Linux installation. While setting it up is outside the scope of this site, you could use Bitlocker.
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