I just tried to delete the partitions and let the installer create them. It still does not ask for a LUKS passphrase and crashes. I also tried manually setting up partitions, LUKS, LVM and various combinations before running the installer. I don't know how I got this to work before but it always crashes now. Seems that PureOS no longer likes me (it was a difficult relationship to begin with).
Jan 13 2021
Jan 12 2021
I just ran into this issue. I have installed PureOS with encrypted root before and dont remember allowing it to create the partitions but it seems that way based on reading this. I would prefer not to delete the partitions every time I have to re-install (with PureOS is about every 6 months).
Feb 22 2020
I think the user manual mentioned on this page is missing sections that I and other users would find very helpful:
Feb 19 2020
I know this thread is closed but it's the only place anyone seems to be discussing this. Im happy to open a new issue or post to another.
Feb 17 2020
Now, a bigger issue I see is that the usb key is not required for login. Having it launch the screensaver automatically is cute but not really that helpful. Are there other librem key docs that detail adding more security such as two factor logins? Should we be using the nitro key site?
What about the status of the original request which was to add a package to do this work for the user?
for anyone reading this thread, here are 4 different udev rules you might use to make this work:
There are a few other issues with the docs that could be clarified.