After an upgrade from 5.18.11-200.fc36.x86_64 to 5.18.13-200.fc36.x86_64
My system does not prompt me the password to decrypt my drives at boot.
So I cannot boot to my system, it just display my motherboard logo (usually the password prompt is just under the logo).
I am currently still able to boot into 5.18.11 without any problems at all.
Any pointers (kind of new to linux) on what it could be? settings to check? something changed in the new kernel that make it not prompt for the LUKS password which result in the drive not being decrypted and so no boot.
I have the same problem, using NVIDIA proprietary driver and kernel 5.18.13.
The system is actually able to boot, but the display turns off before the LUKS password. So you have to type the password without seeing the prompt, and the image only returns after the boot. For some reason, the system seems to output the image to the integrated graphics HDMI during boot, instead of the GPU.
Kernel 5.18.11 did not have this issue.
Virtual tty (Ctrl+Alt+Fn) are also not displayed with Nvidia graphics.
I have already tried to use each of the following kernel parameters, without any success: nvidia-drm.modeset=1, nvidia-drm.modeset=0, nomodeset, initcall_blacklist=simpledrm_platform_driver_init
If you have nVidia GPU and integrated Intel GPU, goto UEFI setup. Look for the “iGPU Multi Monitoring” setting. Disable this setting if you dont have any monitors connected to the iGPU (motherboard display connectors).
Graphical LUKS password prompt will now appear after GRUB.