I am reopening a topic that was closed but not solved as far as I am concerned:
I have updated to the latest pureOS image but I still have the problem. Let me describe it.
After the OS update from 3 weeks ago this is the message I see on my screen just after pressing the power button to start up my laptop:
I don’t have to input my encryption password for this first screen. After pressing Enter and after the system takes around 10 seconds to move on, I get to the usual encryption password screen. This second screen requires the proper password to be input. If a wrong password is input then the system stays on this screen.
Before I started having this issue 3 weeks ago, after pressing the power button to start my laptop, I would directly get the second screen asking for the encryption password.
This is not ideal to now have a third step inserted that requires to press Enter + waste an additional 10 seconds during the startup process.
For what it is worth, this is some of the content of the grub file located in etc/default/grub
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=“quiet cryptdevice=UUID=708e0d88-4db9-4713-a5ac-aea1abe6e832:luks-708e0d88-4db9-4713-a5ac-aea1abe6e832 root=/dev/mapper/luks-708e0d88-4db9-4713-a5ac-aea1abe6e832 resume=/dev/mapper/luks-708e0d88-4db9-4713-a5ac-aea1abe6e832 splash”
Appreciate any help to solve my issue.