https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=392787

--- Comment #6 from Chris <ourthomasfam...@hotmail.com> ---
After adding the LUKS drive and editing the mount point.  I had an additional
entry like this.  I actually used partition manager to add the no automount.  I
never directly edited fstab.

I believe this is how it was when it would not boot.  I simply commented it out
to get the system to boot.
/dev/mapper/luks-a56b638d-3b1a-451b-bb09-7cbc0263f787   /run/media/user/DATA1  
ext4    defaults        0       0

This is how it is now and will boot.
/dev/mapper/luks-a56b638d-3b1a-451b-bb09-7cbc0263f787   /run/media/user/DATA1  
ext4    noauto  0       0

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