I just installed Sabayon in parallel to my current Debian SID installation. It boots fine, but unfortunately I'm unable to mount my LUKS-encrypted data partition which also carries my home directory.
All I get using cryptsetup is the message that no key could be found with the password I gave. (Sorry, I'm in SID right now, so I do not have the exact error message available.)
cryptsetup luksDump complains that the used has is unknown, however I'm not aware of using any special hashes or ciphers:
# cryptsetup luksDump /dev/mapper/default_ng2-cryptstore
LUKS header information for /dev/mapper/default_ng2-cryptstore
Cipher name: aes
Cipher mode: cbc-essiv:sha256
Hash spec: sha256
Payload offset: 2056
MK bits: 256
Is there anything special which has to be done on Sabayon to be able to use LUKS / cryptsetup?
Thanks for any hints or pointer to FAQs - I'm absolutely willing to RTFM if I know where - ,