I have been having issues with Fedora 17 not booting after the latest round of updates. I am able to enter the pass for my disk encryption, the boot logo acts normally but after the animation is complete, the boot fails to progress further.
I checked the diagnostics and it seems that there is an issue in plymouth-quit-wait.service. When I check systemctl status on this service, I am informed that the service has been loaded but timed out when start was attempted.
I have tried disabling the system using systemctl disable plymouth-quit-wait.service with and without the force option, with no success.
I am really lost here, I'm not even sure what exactly isn't working. What can I do to fix this issue, or at least troubleshoot it further?