I have a trivially custom setup (LVM on Luks with EFI/grub2 and a separate /home drive), but I believe I have everything set correctly, but when I reboot I get a nice plymouth splash screen with a prompt to enter my password... however, the field is dead. there is instead a blinking cursor in the top left and everything I type is entered in clear text and plymouth seems to be ignoring any text entered...
This is a fairly familiar issue to me as I'm coming from Arch Linux and the same thing happens if you miss a hook. checking for the "Debian way" I have found I am supposed to add three lines to /etc/initramfs-tools/modules:
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intel_agp drm i915 modeset=1
To be clear, root is located on an NVME drive, so booting with text only (removing "splash" from /etc/default/grub) isn't all that bad, but I want all the pretties!