Am Donnerstag, 30. April 2015 schrieb andre_debian@...: > On Thursday 30 April 2015 00:56:31 Baron wrote: > > Hi Andre, > > Simply wait until the password field becomes blank and then put the > > password back in and press enter. > > This works for me every time ! It's just inconvienient. > > I tried your method, it works, but as you said, it's inconvienient. > It's better than nothing :-) > > > I've just got the bits for a new machine, so when I get it assembled > > and Linux loaded I'll be able to see what happens on it. Probably > > over the bank holiday weekend. > > It would great if you can find the solution for the TDE stopped boot, > and many thanks by advance. > This problem is not kernel specific. I have made dist-upgrade on my test installation (wheezy) without systemd. Login is automatic. Sometimes (1 of 10) TDE hangs when loading user settings. I have to kill the first instance of X11 with <ctrl>+<alt>+<backspace> and it works. nik -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.