Hi Jonas,

please provide more information about your dm-crypt setup. which command
do you use in order to unlock the dm-crypt device? is it a LUKS
encrypted device, or do you use plain dm-crypt?
  Yes, I am using plain dm-crypt:

    cryptsetup -d ${KEYFILE} create container1 /dev/loop1

i guess that you use plain dm-crypt and didn't set cipher, hash and hash
size in the crypttab, thus running into issues with the changed defaults.

Thanks for the advice. I am now able to mount the container using the latest packages using:

cryptsetup -c aes-cbc-plain -h ripemd160 -s 256 -d ${KEYFILE} create container1 /dev/loop1

Just the cipher seemed to do the trick but I expect the other options will protect me from future changes. I should probably start using crypttab - I didn't know what it was before.

Thanks again

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