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This is the result of Hans de Goede’s work on flicker-free boot in Fedora. Hans developed a new Plymouth theme which takes the firmware bootsplash and adds the Fedora logo to it, until boot finishes and the desktop environment takes over. This works because bootsplash logos are now exposed as an ACPI resource, which you can see in /sys/firmware/acpi/bgrt on ...


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Thats the new Plymouth theme. You can easily change the theme using plymouth-set-default-theme --list plymouth-set-default-theme <one from list output> - R Source: https://fedoramagazine.org/howto-change-the-plymouth-theme/


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strstr() { [ "${1#*$2*}" = "$1" ] && return 1 return 0 } command1 && command2 this will execute command1 ( [ "${1#*$2*}" = "$1" ] ) no matter what, and then, only if command1 returned 0 ( && ) will execute command2 ( return 1 ). When a return n its executed inside a function, it'll stop the function execution at that point, ...


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The problem was the systemd cgroup limits... I checked the "/sys/fs/cgroup/pids/user.slice/user-$UID.slice/pids.max" and it was 10.813. Raised to 15000 and the threads was allocated. So Systemd uses cgroup to limits resources and threads too... this post was the path for the truth! https://askubuntu.com/questions/845380/bash-fork-retry-resource-...


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On a very low level, the video memory is not automatically cleared when it is written to. Unless Fedora boot process explicitly clears the screen or changes the video mode, whatever it puts on screen will appear "on top" of what's already there.


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Install glib-devel to satisfy the requirement. The message is misleading.


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The problem was the compat-libicu57- 57.1-2.fc28.x86_64.rpm file which was saved in /var/lib/dnf/system-upgrade/fedora-f21308f6293b3270/packages/ The critical error that was encountered was referring to an incorrect checksum. To solve the issue the following steps were followed The /var/lib/dnf/system-upgrade/fedora-f21308f6293b3270/packages/compat-...


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It looks like Fedora 30 currently offers octave-4.4.1 which you seem to have already found. I could only find octave-5.1.0 packaged for Fedora Rawhide (testing). You could try to download the source RPM from Rawhide and attempt to build it on Fedora 30 to see what happens. Looking at this bug report, it looks like octave-5.1.0 will soon be released ...


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For the question per se, that is the last two question from the original post: How can I reliably use nft without iptables rules interference? Or should I simply use iptables and remove nft? this is what says the nftables wiki: What happens when you mix Iptables and Nftables? How do they interact? nft Empty Accept Accept Block ...


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I've tried without success: KeyboardLayout= Spanish It work's with capital letters: KeyboardLayout= SPANISH Thanks for @ferranm for you answer it guided me. Pd: tested on Linux raspberrypi 4.19.50-v7+ #896 SMP Thu Jun 20 16:11:44 BST 2019 armv7l GNU/Linux


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I ran into this issue today but was able to fix it and save my install by following these steps: Download a live CD and boot on the affected machine. Open terminal fdisk -l and cat /etc/fstab to see what devices are mounted where mount the correct devices to the corrects parts of /mnt mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc mount --bind /sys ...


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