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I do as the following

  1. run grub-mkpasswd-pbkdf2 to get a string
  2. nano /boot/grub/grub.cfg
  3. add tow lines
  4. set superusers="putyourusernamehere"
  5. password putyourusernamehere grub.pbkdf2 (omitted)

When i reopen my computer,it can't work,how can i take grub 2 Password Protection in debian ?

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Read this. Official documentation from the debian-based OS: Ubuntu. Maybe it can help

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