I followed the steps in michaelzap's post to reinstall ubuntu with FDE
on my brand new XPS 13 9380 as of yesterday. It did not work with the
latest version dell-recovery_1.62_all.deb: cryptsetup did not
recognize the passphrase 'eeee' after reboot. In the live installer I
could mount the encrypted volume alright with the same passphrase.
Following the recipe with the older version dell-recovery_1.60_all.deb
worked without problems. My keyboard has got US-English layout.
Same here, I have a XPS 9380, I followed michaelzap's instructions, and it worked fine.
I was interested in trying out dell-recovery_1.61, for the feature of not requiring the "apt install" step -- but I see on github there is no prebuilt deb file for that version -- so I stuck to the original script.
I managed to do this as well , but the gnome software center now shows a permanent progress indicator on the icon....
How do I remove this?
It doesn't work unfortunately.
Anyone else suggestions? Perhaps reinstall software center somehow? Or use a different version than the 1.60 deb that I have used?