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- Nov 15 2016, 2:40 PM (53 w, 2 d)
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Oct 21 2017
When I shutdown I get this message: "Reboot: Power off", and on boot up, after entering pass to decrypt (FDE) I see some blue messages. After last kernel update, I'm not seeing the fsck messages.
Oct 15 2017
I'm using just current (did clean install when Solus 3 was released and I chose in the installer to use all disk)
I'm my case I have Bios and full disk encryption, made by Solus' installer
Not getting exactly the same as the above
Oct 6 2017
Now that Make repos go fastly is resolved, you can mark "Draw up a formal sync cycle (i.e. how to remain unblocked and maintain high velocity)" as done right?
Oct 5 2017
If you are still deciding into multiple options, maybe you could do a poll on Google+ to finally choose one and close this task :p
Sep 2 2017
I think these things could be added too:
Jun 24 2017
Well, I finally manage to get it working:
Jun 16 2017
Jun 10 2017
@ikey This appeared (I used /dev/sda):
"tune2fs 1.43.4 (31-Jan-2017)
tune2fs: Número mágico incorrecto en el superbloque mientras se intentaba abrir /dev/sda (translated: Superblock incorrect magic number when trying to open /dev/sda)
/dev/sda contiene datos `DOS/MBR boot sector'"
Jun 9 2017
@ikey oh, didn't know that, I just thought you maybe forgot about this;p And how can I check that?
Now that you are rebuilding the kernel, any chance you could take at look at the systemd-fscheck message to hide it too (silent boot related)
Jun 5 2017
In my case it lasts like 8 seconds. In my .profile and .bashrc the only line I have is "source /usr/share/defaults/etc/profile". I don't know if this is the default behavior, but I always end up using Ctrl+C as 8 seconds waiting it to restore the prompt seems for me too much.
May 30 2017
I did a clean install of the latest release and have them too, so don't think it's either due to Luks
May 12 2017
May 8 2017
Yeah, already tried on a virtual machine and you are right, maybe I overwrote it, so let's close this. Thanks anyways!
May 7 2017
Any news on this?
Recent activities was emptied so as this is close, I'm posting this just just to let it appear again.
May 5 2017
There is no need to have a duplicate task, so you can close this one (not sure if I can change the status or not)
I'm using LUKS and after enter password it still shows a few messages about systemd-fsck for just a second or less. Is this normal or could it be hidden too?