[Bug 1510731] Re: Bug in ubiquity-frontend-kde: Can't create LUKS encrypted volumes during manual disk setup in Kubuntu 17.10 (does not affect Ubuntu, Ubuntu MATE, or Ubuntu Budgie)

Brandon Bell 1510731 at bugs.launchpad.net
Thu Jun 28 20:10:06 UTC 2018


I can confirm that this problem still exists with Kubuntu 18.04.

In my case, I'm not even setting up a separate /boot partition as I want
a fully-encrypted disk.

After simply choosing "physical volume for encryption" on the only available partition, the Install Now button becomes active but clicking it does nothing. Then, clicking the Back button results in the two following errors:
* "An error occurred while creating the keyfile."
* "An error occurred while configuring encrypted volumes. The configuration has been aborted."

I have even gotten Ubiquity to crash a few times from various attempts
to set up the scheme.

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  Bug in ubiquity-frontend-kde: Can't create LUKS encrypted volumes
  during manual disk setup in Kubuntu 17.10 (does not affect Ubuntu,
  Ubuntu MATE, or Ubuntu Budgie)

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