Notes: Arch Linux, LUKS+LVM, systemd-boot
The process for installing an Arch Linux on an encrypted drive, booting from a UEFI machine with systemd-boot.
This assumes a few things:
- No swap partition, or /home partition
- You’re already in a liveboot session (via USB or netboot or whatever)
- /boot is also your ESP. (I know this is not great; I only care about my data being encrypted, not the kernel or initramfs.)
- You don’t want to use UUID. There’s no reason you can’t; I just find it annoying.