@kev If you are like me and just hate the idea of typing 2 passwords when cold booting, try this: https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/user-autologin.html.en. At least then I only type the encryption password to boot, which to me feels waaaay better and much the same as having a TPM like me old Windows surface pro did.
@teatime hmm never thought of it that way around.
I assume for things like SUDO commands, it still asks for a password?
@kev Yep, you still enter the password for everything else like screen lock, login after logging out, sudo etc. It only bypasses the first login after boot.
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