Hello, folks. This is my first contribution here.
I crashed my Manjaro Linux system yesterday replacing systemd with openrc. So I've been spending hours to fix my installed Manjaro 64 bits XFCE, with a Manjaro 64 bits XFCE live pendrive. When I was logged in at the live session, at Terminal
[manjaro@manjaro ~]$ sudo manjaro-chroot -a
==> ERROR: You can't mount 0!
I tried to use
mhwd-chroot too and it shows:
[manjaro manjaro]# mhwd-chroot
xfce4-terminal -e mhwd-chroot-shell
No linux system found !
What is the problem with the commands above?
The Manjaro installation in my PC was installed with a Manjaro Illyria 18.0.4 live pendrive. Under the latest Manjaro Architect, via TTY, with LUKS encryption for the root partition.
For the root partition the
blkid command shows:
[manjaro@manjaro ~]$ blkid | grep crypto
/dev/sdb2: UUID="a large number" TYPE="crypto_LUKS" PARTUUID="a small number"
And it returns problems with a simple
mount command. I can't even open the LUKS encryption via Terminal:
[manjaro@manjaro ~]$ cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sdb2 ManjaroRootPartition
Device /dev/sdb2 does not exist or access is denied.
I've been already looking for support about the problem:
but there's no solution there.
What can I do?
Thanks for appreciatte.
manjaro-chroot command could once detected a Windows installation that I really have in my laptop, but not the Manjaro installation.