Hi, recently I was on my solus system and pulseaudio just cut out. I ran it in the terminal and it said something along the lines of "corrupted" or "unable to find" so I just decided to reinstall it. I went to the software system but when I hit uninstall it wouldn't prompt a password so I tried to do it through the terminal and it said my password (which I carefully retyped like 5 times) wasn't recognizable and I needed to root. I decided to go to root and it wouldn't accept the root password either. I thought this is one of those moments to just restart solus. I did, and I got into the boot rescue menu. I ran journalctl but didn't really know what I was looking at. So I looked it up, and it told me to go into a solus live disk. I did, and I can't do the boot rescue process as described on the page. I encrypted my system for security purposes and whenever I try to mount it, it just tells me:
root@solus /home/live # mount /dev/sda2 /target
mount: /target: unknown filesystem type 'crypto_LUKS'.
I should mention that in the boot rescue I have unencrypted the system. When I try to do "ctrl D" to exit the terminal it just goes right back to the boot rescue page. Can someone help me?