Encrypted partition does not mount on boot
On a clean install of SUSE 9.2 Pro, I chose to encrypt my /home partition, just like I did when I installed on another box a couple months ago. Except now on this box, during boot-up, it does not give me the option of entering my password for the encrypted partition; it just keeps going with the boot process. The Help Pages say there is an option during the installation to not mount encrypted partitions during boot, so I must have inadvertantly selected (or failed to de-select) that option.
I looked through YaST but could not find anywhere to change the mounting options. Also, I am unable to mount the partition manually. 'sudo mount -t reiserfs /dev/hda11 /home' gives the error: "wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/hda1, or too many mounted file systems". Also, there is no fstab entry for /dev/hda11.
Could someone pls advise on how/where/what to change to get the encrypted partition to mount on boot? Thanks!