On Wednesday, 06 October 2021 at 19:59, Peter Robinson wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 6, 2021 at 6:24 PM Marcin Juszkiewicz
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > W dniu 06.10.2021 o 17:25, Andreas Reschke pisze:
> > > I've tried the same (LUKS disk encryption) with actual Fedora 35 Beta
> > > and Fedora 34 with up2date 5.14.9-200.fc34.aarch64.
> > >
> > > Same behavior: not really useful. I can see the prompt for password
> > > but only via serial console password was accepted.
> > OK. Do you have working keyboard once you boot full system? If yes then
> > there is hope.
> > Check which kernel modules handle keyboard, make sure they are in
> > initramfs. And that they are loaded before LUKS starts.
> Yes, it works after boot, I suspect there's some change in module
> loading ordering, someone needs to bisect the problem on the kernel
> and I don't currently have the time to deal with it.
Just like Peter said. Yes, it's working after switching to real root,
the module list is the same as in 5.12.x and the usb module for USB 1.1
support (ohci-hcd) is present in initramfs in both cases. I don't have
time to bisect currently, either. The issue is reproducible even with
the first 5.13 kernel from koji, i.e.
Disabling the unused USB-1.1 hub in device tree doesn't help.
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