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Saturday, October 11, 2014

Solution: Encrypted system and UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY: RUN fsck MANUALLY.

If you get this error during startup, it's possible to fix. I did it for debian.

First get a rescue cd from When you have booted it up enter the standard command line mode. For some strange reason you only get the option of a few language sets by the system itself when booting, but when you have entered the command line you can easily load other language sets by running loadkeys. There's a bunch of other keysets located on the system.

Next check out this tutorial for more information on how to solve the problems with fsck and the encrypted drive:

In short terms you have to run the following cmds:
cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/
vgscan --mknodes
vgchange -ay
fsck /dev//

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