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by kurotsugi
25 Sep 2020 02:22
Forum: Installation
Topic: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD
Replies: 19
Views: 181

Re: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD

It shouldn't matter which one manage the grub since the one in the boot sector will linked to the one in each OS...well, theorically. Did we missed something here?

btw, can I see the content of your /etc/default/grub?
by kurotsugi
24 Sep 2020 21:18
Forum: Installation
Topic: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD
Replies: 19
Views: 181

Re: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD

Have you executed "sudo update-grub" command? grub is special in a way that it doesn't read the conf file. grub should be updated manually everytime you change it's configuration.
by kurotsugi
24 Sep 2020 04:32
Forum: Installation
Topic: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD
Replies: 19
Views: 181

Re: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD

Glad to hear that. You can add the boot parameter on /etc/default/grub. You can add it along with "quiet splash" thing on that file. Don't forget to update grub with "sudo update-grub" command
by kurotsugi
23 Sep 2020 00:50
Forum: Installation
Topic: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD
Replies: 19
Views: 181

Re: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD

systemd-analyze blame systemd-analyze critical-chain btw, you don't have to give those result now. those logs are already enough. honestly, I didn't expect those low level bug appear in your system. basicly, it means that you got graphic driver/kernel related issue on your system. some people recom...
by kurotsugi
22 Sep 2020 02:32
Forum: Installation
Topic: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD
Replies: 19
Views: 181

Re: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD

The proper investigation method is from the logs. Please show us the result of previous command and "sudo dmesg -l error" result
by kurotsugi
20 Sep 2020 13:08
Forum: Installation
Topic: SolydXK Upgrade Script - it is still up-to-date ?
Replies: 4
Views: 145

Re: SolydXK Upgrade Script - it is still up-to-date ?

There were massive plasma framework upgrades during last period. The script was made for a general upgrade case (i.e: no major transition changes). it might not works best when we have major changes just like this one. Debian actually made more detailed guide for upgrades between releases. you can u...
by kurotsugi
20 Sep 2020 13:02
Forum: Installation
Topic: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD
Replies: 19
Views: 181

Re: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD

The system hit graphical target in 10s. That's actually quite fast. After this point the system will load desktop component. a quick shot would be there's something wrong with X. I'm not quite sure what the problem really is, but since you decided to do reinstall, you can rest assured that your ssd ...
by kurotsugi
19 Sep 2020 22:46
Forum: Installation
Topic: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD
Replies: 19
Views: 181

Re: Very slow boot SolydX 9 with SSD

what is the result of

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systemd-analyze blame
systemd-analyze critical-chain 
by kurotsugi
16 Sep 2020 02:17
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]
Replies: 46
Views: 18962

Re: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]

The following packages have been kept back: libpython2-stdlib python2 python2-minimal The following packages will be upgraded: at-spi2-core libatk-bridge2.0-0 libatspi2.0-0 libglib2.0-0 libglib2.0-0:i386 libglib2.0-bin libglib2.0-data liborcus-0.15-0 liborcus-parser-0.15-0 libwacom-bin libwacom-com...
by kurotsugi
08 Sep 2020 07:11
Forum: Software
Topic: Update breaks Virtualbox (SOLVED)
Replies: 5
Views: 134

Re: Update breaks Virtualbox

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sudo dpkg --configure -a
this command should fix those unconfigured packages
by kurotsugi
08 Sep 2020 05:15
Forum: Software
Topic: Update breaks Virtualbox (SOLVED)
Replies: 5
Views: 134

Re: Update breaks Virtualbox

the upgrade process seems got interupted. you got unconfigured packages. first of all, please show us the result of "inxi -r" command.
by kurotsugi
20 Aug 2020 14:10
Forum: Software
Topic: How is perfomance after encrypt HD or /home?
Replies: 6
Views: 263

Re: How is perfomance after encrypt HD or /home?

one of main difference between 32 bit and 64 bit proc architecture is that 64 bit proc has special additional command for encryption stuff. those 64 bit processor is actually made with an assumption that you'll use encryption stuff on your system. The bottleneck on modern system usually lies on eith...
by kurotsugi
20 Aug 2020 14:01
Forum: Software
Topic: Mounting encrypted swap at boot-time
Replies: 6
Views: 256

Re: Mounting encrypted swap at boot-time

a rough guess would be something was missing during that swap partition's creation process. swap is...well...theorically should be sandboxed. It's hard to access the data inside. unless something goes wrong, like there's memory leaks, accessing swap is hard. on top of that, on a modern system swap o...
by kurotsugi
19 Aug 2020 01:41
Forum: Software
Topic: How is perfomance after encrypt HD or /home?
Replies: 6
Views: 263

Re: How is perfomance after encrypt HD or /home?

considering the headroom space on most modern cpu, the performance cost is usually negligible.
by kurotsugi
19 Aug 2020 01:38
Forum: Software
Topic: Mounting encrypted swap at boot-time
Replies: 6
Views: 256

Re: Mounting swap at boot-time

it didn't mounted because the address is not match. we usually only need to change fstab to properly mount it. I'm not experienced with encryption stuff but I think you'll also have to change the address on /etc/crypttab too.
by kurotsugi
18 Aug 2020 05:54
Forum: Software
Topic: Grub updates go wrong
Replies: 8
Views: 363

Re: Grub updates go wrong

several years ago this issue made me convinced to completely ditch win 7 and exclusively use linux :lol: AFAIK win 7 doesn't use EFI as default. the windows installer doesn't even let you have proper EFI boot. even if you have GPT disk, you'll ended up with some kind of GPT-MBR hybrid mess. if the E...
by kurotsugi
03 Aug 2020 15:12
Forum: News & Anouncements
Topic: Emotet malware goes Linux
Replies: 4
Views: 495

Re: Emotet malware goes Linux

the article explain what it does _after_ it got installed. It certainly dangerous _after_ it got installed. However, as we can see, as long as it doesn't get installed, we are completely safe. It said that the malware comes as *.zip file so it should use a security holes on something somewhere. as w...
by kurotsugi
03 Aug 2020 06:28
Forum: News & Anouncements
Topic: Emotet malware goes Linux
Replies: 4
Views: 495

Re: Emotet malware goes Linux

there's no explanation on what being exploited nor how it got exploited. based on the explanation it might either use file manager, browser, or zip files manager. should we assume DoH nor DoT doesn't help in this case?
by kurotsugi
22 Jul 2020 06:57
Forum: Testing Zone
Topic: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]
Replies: 46
Views: 18962

Re: Breakage and News Tracker for Debian Testing [Bullseye]

critical bugs of libc6:i386 (2.30-8 -> 2.31-1) <Pending Upload> b1 - #965932 - libc6: breaks openssh-server/buster critical bugs of libc6 (2.30-8 -> 2.31-1) <Pending Upload> b2 - #965932 - libc6: breaks openssh-server/buster Summary: libc6:i386(1 bug), libc6(1 bug) it said that it only break buster...
by kurotsugi
11 Jul 2020 21:40
Forum: Suggestions & ideas / Open Projects
Topic: Securing repository binaries
Replies: 4
Views: 899

Re: Securing repository binaries

perhaps I'm getting old :lol: I thought that rogue mirror was also related with apt but it seems that I was wrong. And yes, apt wasn't breached directly but since gpg is the center of apt security mechanism, apt is also affected. perhaps I'm also wrong with my words selection. this gpg related breac...

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