I seem to either hose the startup by encrypting the wrong directory, so computer won’t boot properly… or I am prompted with a generic terminal message to unencrypt at boot but this still won’t let me enter my password.
How do I get my setup to be just like it was out of the box when I received the librem 13 v2 ?
FWIW I ended up installing Fedora because I was having the same issue as the OP. I had purchased my own SSD, so needed to do a fresh install. With PureOS live trying to do full disk encryption resulted in a text-based prompt for password and locked keyboard so the password could not be entered. The only way I could get a partial solution was by doing a manual partition scheme and encrypting /home but leaving / unencrypted. Still a pre-GUI password prompt to decrypt home, but it at least worked. I even tried installing PureOS-OEM but could’t get that to work either.
I am about to start a reinstall.
Past experiences on this forum shows people lose some functionalities after a clean install.[a lost camera and some touchpad capabilities.]
Before I begin to reinstall pureos oem do you know if such issues have been solved?
Are there any issues I should expect.